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August 1987 

Volume XLX, No. 1 




Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member of National Federation ot Stale High School Associations 



CHEMICAL HEALTH 



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southwestern bell to assist target program 

KANSAS CITY, MO (August 4, 1987) -- Southwestern Bell Foundation has agreed to a major five-year financial commitment to 
the National Federation's TARGET program as the primary national sponsor of TARGET'S toll-free telephone number and 
resource center. 

The activation of the toll-free number and resource center on September 1 will put into effect all four components of the TARGET 
program, which was started by the National Federation in 1985 to help students cope with alcohol and other drugs through 
education and prevention programs. 

"Southwestern Bell Foundation is very concerned about the chemical abuse among the youth of our nation," said Zane E. 
Barnes, chairman and chief executive officer of Southwestern Bell Corporation and a member of the TARGET Board of Directors. 
"We recognize the need for a clearinghouse to serve students, parents, coaches and others in answering alcohol and other drug 
questions. 

"We are pleased to help TARGET through the funding of the toll -free number and resource center. We believe this is a program 
that IS ready and equipped to deal with the problem." 

Beginning September 1 , individuals can contact the TARGET Resource Center by dialing (toll free) 1 -800-366-6667 and obtain 
up-to-date information in the field of alcohol and other drug education and prevention. The toll-free number will not be activated 
until September 1 

Kathy Perry has been named coordinator of the TARGET Resource Center. She will be able to answer questions, provide 
educational and professional materials and suggest ways that students, kindergarten through 1 2th grade, can deal with alcohol 
and other drug problems. The TARGET Resource Center will house a computerized reference bank of information on chemical 
abuse and prevention. 

"We are thrilled that Southwestern Bell Foundation has made the toll-free number and resource center a reality, " said Brice 
Durbin, executive director of the National Federation. "The National Federation and TARGET comprise the central resource center 
for high schools, so people are already used to coming to us for information. They know that if they need to find the nearest alcohol 
and drug treatment center or want to find the latest information on abuse of drugs in sports, they can come to us and trust us ' 

Other phases of the TARGET program already in place are leadership training at Hazelden-Cork Sports Education facility in 
Center City. Minnesota, publication of the pamphlet "On TARGET" which is mailed monthly (biweekly in January) to every high 
school in the nation, and the TARGET alcohol /drug rehabilitation insurance plan for high school, junior high /middle schools and 
elementary school students 



HELPING STUDENTS COPE WITH ALCOHOL AND DRUGS 

"Oil Tamil ■ is.i |)iil>li(.ili()ii ol llic Nalional Ftcltialion's T.4R(;ET piomani, that is helping sdidi'n Is ( ope with (he 
piohlcms ol .lUoliol and diuns. I he liisl issue was disliihuted in \Ia\ lo evers high s<h()<d. 

The largest nationa I anti -drug abuse education campaign in history was announced February 12 by the Boy Scouts of America, 
which called the current drug and substance abuse crisis "the most serious threat to the well-being of our children and to their 
future." 

Acting on what it said was a request from President Reagan, the youth organization unveiled a multi-faceted educational 
program designed to reach youth, parents, teachers and Scout leaders throughout the nation. 

"We are seeing kids — only 9, 10, or 1 1 years old — playing a deadly game of Russian roulette with their hearts, their livers and 
their brains." observed Chief Scout Executive Ben H Love. In its program called "Drugs; A Deadly Game," the Boy Scouts said they 
will challenge everyone, not only the organization's 5.2 million members, to "say no" to drugs. 

Core of the program will be three brochures now being published. 

One will be sent to the nations tour million CubScounts, Boy Scouts and Explorers: another will be available to 1.2 million Scout 
leaders and to parents, and a thrid, a Teacher's Guide, will be published as a resource for teachers and other youth leaders. 

There will also be guidelines for anti-drug rallies and an educational videotape. A public-service television announcement 
featuring basketball star Julius Erving will also be made available. 

Available without charge to BSA members, the brochures and other materials may be purchased in bulk by non-BSA agencies 
and the general public 

Extensive promotion of the pro|ect will be featured through the BSA's three magazines, BOYS' LIFE, SCOUTING and 
EXPLORING 

BOYS' LIFE AND SCOUTING magazines will provide their estimated 10 million readers a copy of the brochure DRUGS: A 
DEADLY GAME as part of their March/Aprill issues. In recent years the publications have brought their audiences a variety of 
articles on the dangers of alcohol and substance abuse. 

For information on the booklet, write: Drug Abuse Task Force S200, Scouts of America, 1325 Walnut Hill Lane, Irving, Texas 
75038-3096. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLX, NO. 1 



AUGUST, 1987 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at Barkley Lodge, Cadiz. Kentucky, on 
Friday, July 24, 1987, The meeting was called to order at 8:30 
a.m, by President Chester Turner, Present were all Board 
Members, Commissioner Tom Mills. Executive Assistant Billy 
V, Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis 
Stout Also present were Julian Tackett, Sports Information 
Director. Lloyd Redman representing the State Department of 
Education and Mrs. Beverly Schneider, a member of the State 
Board of Education. The Invocation was given by Sam 
Chandler, 

Tom Buchanan made the motion, seconded by Sam 
Chandler, that the minutes of the April 16 Board meeting be 
approved The motion passed unanimously. 

Charlie Wilson made a motion that the minutes of the 
special Board meeting of May 1 4 meeting be approved. Tony 
dinger seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

President Turner gave a brief report on his attendance at 
the National Federation Meeting held in Denver. Colorado. 
Some Items of concern discussed at the meeting were: 
attendance of Hall of Fame inductees for the ceremony, 
eligibility of Foreign Exchange Students and the accuracy of 
the number of participants in the various high school sports, 
Mr. Turner also updated information on the MSRR (Multiple 
State Reciprocal Registration) for 1987-88. 

David Webb moved that Frank Welch be elected President 
of the Board for the 1987-88 school year and that Tom 
Buchanan be elected Vice President. Ken Tippett seconded 
the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Mr. Turner then 
turned the meeting over to Mr Welch. 

New Board members Bill Case and Huston DeHaven were 
welcomed to the meeting. 

President Welch appointed the following committees: 

EXECUTIVE COMH/IITTEE BASKETBALL COMMITTEE 

Frank Welch. Crirmn. Charlie Wilson. Chrmn 

Tom Buchanan, V Chrmn. Grant Talbott. V Chrmn 

Bill Case Bill Case 

Sam Chandler Sam Chandler 

Tony dinger Ken Tippett 

Ken Tippett Frank Welch 



FOOTBALL COMMITTEE 

Charlie Miller. Chrmn. 

Frank Welch. V Chrmn 

Huston DeHaven 

Tony Olinger 

Grant Talbott 

EAST ELIG. COMMITTEE 

Tony Olinger. Chrmn. 

Charlie Wilson. V. Chrmn. 

Bill Case 

Ken Tippett 

Frank Welch 



ALL-SPORTS COMMITTEE 

Tom Buchanan. Chrmn 

Charlie Miller. V Chrmn 

Huston DeHaven 

Frank Welch 

Charlie Wilson 

WEST ELIG. COMMITTEE 

Grant Talbott. Chrmn 

Sam Chandler. V. Chrmn. 

Tom Buchanan 

Huston DeHaven 

Charlie Miller 



A discussion ensued regarding the 1987-88 Working 
Budget. Charlie Wilson made a motion, seconded by Tony 
Olinger, that the Board accept the Close Estimate Working 
Budget as presented. The motion carried unanimously 

Principal Bob Rogers, Ballard Memorial High School, along 
with a delegation from the West Kentucky Principals' 
Association had requested a hearing before the board to 
discuss a proposal regarding the classification of basketball 
The committee requested that a survey be sent to all member 
schools requesting their approval or disapproval of the 
proposal. Following a lengthy discussion thereof. President 
Welch referred the proposal to the Basketball Committee for 
study and informed Mr. Rogers that a decision on the matter 
will be made at the October meeting. 

President Welch then called on Mr. Doug Hippe who had 
requested a hearing on behalf of his son. Gordon, a student at 
Frankfort High School The Commissioner had ruled Gordon 
ineligible to participate in athletics for 36 school weeks under 
By-Law 5, Transfer Rule. Tony Olinger made a motion, 
seconded by Tom Buchanan, that the Board go into Executive 
Session to discuss the appeal with Mr Hippe The motion 
carried unanimously. Grant Talbott moved that the Board 
come out of Executive Session. Tom Buchanan seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. Following a discussion of 
the appeal. Grant Talbott made a motion that By-Law 5, 
Transfer Rule be waived in this case, Tom Buchanan 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously 

Then came Mr. William Berry with his attorney, John 
Damron, on behalf of his son, Jeff Berry, a student at Daviess 
County High School. The Commissioner had ruled Jeff 
ineligible to participate in athletics due to the fact that he had 
been enrolled in grades 9-12 for eight semesters. Following 
Mr Berry's presentation and questions to him by the Board 
members. Bill Case made a motion that the Commissioner's 
ruling be upheld in this case Charlie Miller seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented the following recom- 
mendation from the West Eligibility Committee regarding a 
violation of By-Law 9, Recruitment, by University Heights 
Academy 

The West Eligibility Committee, after full consideration of 
evidence presented, finds respresentatives of University 
Heights Academy guilty of violating By-Law 9, Recruitment 
and hereby recommends that the University Heights 
Academy Basketball program be suspended until January 1 , 
1 988, effective as of this date. During the period of suspension 
the school may not play or scrimmage against teams or 
individuals who are not members of the regular school team 
(grades 9-12). In addition, University Heights Academy shall 
be on probation for a period of two years from this date. If 
during the period of probation, representatives of the school 
are found guilty upon competent evidence of violating By- 
Law 9, or any other rule or regulation of this Association, the 
school shall be suspeneded immediately for a period of time 
to oe determined by the Board of Control. 

Also, during the period of probation, all students expres- 
sing a desire to represent the school in mterscholastic 
athletics and who were not enrolled in the school the 
previous school year shall be ruled upon by the Commls- 

Mmutes Continued on Page 2 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



AUGUST, 1987 VOL. XLX, NO. 1 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E, 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to; 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington. Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President -Frank Welch (1984- 1988) Belfry, Vice-President - 
Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Directors - William 
Case (1987-1991) Pans, Sam Chandler (1986-1990) 
Shelbyville. Huston DeHaven (1987-1991) Hardinsburg, 
Charles tvliller (1986-1990) Louisville. Tony dinger (1984- 
1989) Lexington, Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Ken 
Tippett (1985-1989) Versailles, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, State Department of Education -Lloyd Redman, 
Louisville 
Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



Minutes Continued from Page 1 

sioner as to their eligibility The Commissioner shall investi- 
gate each Foreign Exchange Student to determine if they are, 
in fact, a bona fide foreign exchange student as opposed to a 
foreign student entering the school for athletic purposes 
Only applications received on those foreign students 
entering the school through an approved Foreign Exchange 
Program may be considered 

Ken Tippett moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson that the 
recommendation of the West Eligibility Committee be ap- 
proved The motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented the Findings of Fact and 
Conclusions of Law as tendered by K.H.S.A.A. Hearing Officer 
in the Case of Mr. Jerry Sparks v. the Kentuckiana Football 
Officials Association. Inc FollovKing the presentation. Grant 
Talbott moved, seconded by Sam Chandler that the Board of 
Control affirm the action taken by the Kentuckiana Football 
Officials Association. Inc in this case. The motion passed 
unanimously 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board members of the 
status of the Hall of Fame program to be initiated at the Boys' 
Basketball Tournament in Louisville in March of 1988. Sam 
Chandler made a motion that all Board members receive a 
copy of the list of Hall of Fame nominees for their consid- 
eration. Ken Tippett seconded the motion, which passed 
unanimously. President Welch appointed the following Board 
members to serve on the Hall of Fame Committee; Sam 
Chandler. Chairman; Tony dinger and Bill Case Tom Mills 
and Earl Cox were also appointed to serve on the committee 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to be 
held at the K H S A A Office Building, 560 East Cooper Drive 
on Saturday. October 10. 1987, at 900 a.m. Any appeals 
hearings will be held on Friday, October 9, at 200 p.m. 

Assistant Commissioner Stout recommended that the 
following sites be approved for 1987-88 State Tournaments; 
Cross Country, Kentucky Horse Park - Lexington, Soccer, 



Lafayette High School, Host - Lexington; Softball, Lyndon 
Recreation Center - Louisville; Baseball, Elizabethtown High 
School - Elizabethtown. Charlie Wilson made a motion that 
Mr. Stout's recommendations be accepted. Tony dinger 
seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Stout also recommended the following change in the 
State Wrestling format; eliminate the sectional wrestling 
tournaments and return to the previous format whereby the 
top four finishers in each weight class advance to the State 
Meet. The State Meet will be moved from February 27, 1 988 as 
approved on the Memorandum Calendar to February 1 9-20, 
1988. It was also recommended that the State Wrestling 
Tournament be held in Louisville. Charlie Wilson made a 
motion that Mr. Stout's recommendation be accepted. Charlie 
Miller seconded the motion which carried by a vote of 8-1. 

Sam Chandler moved, seconded by Tony dinger, that all 
bills of the Association for the period beginning April 1, 1987 
and ending June 30, 1987, be allowed. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further business, Charlie Wilson made a 
motion that the meeting be adjourned. Tony Olinger 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 



BOYS 

St Xavier 

Owensboro Catholic 

Male 

Dixie Heights 

Trinity 

Henderson County . 

Sayre 

Bowling Green .... 
Elizabethtown .... 

Lone Oak 

St. Camillus 

Eastern 

Highlands 

Boyd County 

Christian County . . 
Ky. Country Day . . . 

Paintsville 

Scott County 

Woodford County . . 

Western 

Danville 

Doss 

Harrison County . . . 

Holy Cross 

Lyon County 

North Hardin 

Paducah Tilghman . 
Prestonsburg 



1987 State Tennis 
Championships 



GIRLS 

Sacred Heart 11 

Henry Clay 10 

Henderson 9 

Ky. Country Day 5 

Tates Creek 5 

Calloway County 4 

Highlands 4 

Model 4 

Bourbon County 3 

Elizabethtown 3 

Mason County 3 

Murray 3 

Paducah Tilghman .... 3 

Ballard 2 

Boone County 2 

Bowling Green 2 

Bullitt Central 2 

Russellville 2 

Male 

Montgomery County . . 

North Hardin 

Notre Dame 

Russell 



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PART II EXAMS FOR FOOTBALL, SOCCER 
AND VOLLEYBALL — SEPTEMBER 14 

The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. It 
will be given by the local assigning secretary and/or the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated by 
the KHSAA. Any exception to the above must be cleared with 
the Commissioner. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



PAGE THREE 



MINUTES - 

1987 FOOTBALL ASSIGNING 

SECRETARIES MEETING 

Mays, 1987 

The annual meeting of the Football Assigning Secretaries 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association was held at 
the office of the K.H.S.A.A. at 10:00 AM, Ivlonday, May 18, 
1987. The meeting was called to order by Billy V. Wise, 
Executive Assistant. Attending the meeting were: Joe Russell, 
Western Kentucky: Harold Mischel, Big Eight: Jack 
Goodman, Mid Kentucky: Don Metzger, Kentuckiana: Stan 
Steidel, Northern Kentucky: Kurt Duff (representing Shirley 
Watts), Central Kentucky: Paul Pietrowski (representing Ray 
Canady) 13th Region: Layne Tackett, 15th Region, Frank 
Firestine, 16th Region: DeLane Simpson, representative of 
Western Kentucky Conference: George Mercker and Julian 
Tackett, Sports Information Director, K.H.S.A.A. 

The meeting opened with a discussion concerning assign- 
ment of officials to regular season games and pre-season 
bowl games. The secretaries reported that no serious 
problems existed in their area, except that there is a shortage 
of officials. There was some discussion concerning tfie 
recruitment of new officials and improving the quality of 
officiating from the officials we now have. Bill Wise an- 
nounced that the Multiple State Reciprocal Registration 
Agreement between Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and 
West Virginia had been tabled for this year with the possibility 
that the plan might be implemented at a future date when 
some of the problems have been worked out. 

Joe Russell, Jack Goodman and Don Metzger, a committee 
formed at the 1986 Football Assigning Secretaries' meeting 
made recommendations concerning the possible implemen- 
tation of a new method for assigning state play-off final 
games, gave the following report and recommendations: 

1. Each conference should, in its turn, be requested to 
submit one crew of officials to work a state championship 
game. 

2. Each of the following conferences should be used once 
every two years in alternating years: Big Eight, Central 
Kentucky, Kentuckiana, Mid-Kentucky, Northern Kentucky, 
Western Kentucky. 

3. Each of the following conferences should be used every 
four years on a rotating basis: 1 3th Region, 1 4th Region, 1 5th 
Region. 16th Region. 

4 The Assigning Secretary of each conference should 
submit the names of the officials he feels should represent his 
conference. Once accepted by the Commissioner or his 
appointed representative, such assignment should be final. 

5. The following rotation schedule was recommended: 
Year 1 - Western Kentucky - Kentuckiana - Central Kentucky 
-13th Region 

Year 2 - Big Eight - Mid-Kentucky - Northern Kentucky -16th 
Region 

Year 3 - Western Kentucky - Kentuckiana - Central Kentucky 
- 15th Region 

Year 4 - Big Eight - Mid-Kentucky - Northern Kentucky -14th 
Region 

NOTE: This rotation, if adopted, could be altered to eliminate 
any inequities it might cause because of time since the last 
assignment, or to remedy other existing inequities. 

The committee also addressed several potential problems 
and recommended solutions: 

Problem 1: During a conference's turn in the rotation, the 
conference places a team in each of the four play-off games. 

Solution 1: The Commissioner or his appointed represen- 
tative should notify the assigning secretary of the situation 
and withdraw the assignment. The Commissioner or his 
appointed representative should then contact another con- 
ference whose turn falls the following year to arrange a 
switch. The conference originally scheduled to work the 



contest should not be penalized for their team's successes, 
but should be rewarded the following year 

Problem 2: After consultation with the Commissioner, an 
assigning secretary determines that he does not have 
sufficient personnel to staff a play-off game in his turn. 

Solution 2: The Commissioner could contact another 
conference as referenced above The Commissioner should, 
however, use his discretion in deciding whether a trade shall 
be made, or whether the conference should simply forfeit its 
turn. 

Problem 3: A particular crew of officials in a certain 
conference seem to "have a corner on the market" and have 
received the state play-off assignment during that con- 
ference's previous two turns. It is now the time for the 
assigning secretary to make this year's assignment. 

Solution 3: This decision has always been--and should 
always be--the decision of the assigning secretary with 
consultation and /or approval of the state office. The intent of 
the system is to insure that quality officials are present to 
officiate these Important games. If a crew has been previously 
assigned to a state final, and another crew with similar 
qualifications and ratings is available, it is recommended that 
the assignment be given to the second crew It is reiterated, 
however, that this should remain the decision of the assigning 
secretary who can best evaluate all of the variables. 

A motion was made by Jack Goodman to implement the 
recommendations of this report on a 1 or 2 year trial basis. A 
second was made by Joe Russell. The vote was 4 in favor, 4 
against and 1 abstention. The motion failed. Another motion 
made by Harold Mischel, seconded by Kurt Duff, that the 
assigning of officials for the play-offs remain the same as it is 
now. During discussion of this motion, Layne Tackett made 
an amendment to the motion, seconded by Don Metzger that 
the previous motion be accepted with some changes. Both 
motions were withdrawn without a vote. The assignments will 
be made as before. 

Following a lengthy disucssion of the numerical rating 
system, the following changes were recommended. It was 
recommended that if an official takes the Part II National 
Federation Test and makes a score of 75 or above, that 
he/she be given 5 points on their evaluation. The 10 points 
taken from the present rating system be given to the assigning 
secretaries (5 points) and the coaches (5 points). Clinic 
attendance was recommended to be valued at 5 points with 
the 5 difference being transferred to the coaches. This will 
give the assigning secretaries 50 points, the coaches 40 
points, clinic attendance 5 points (no points for make-up 
clinic) and 5 points for taking Part II exam and making a score 
of 75 or better. A motion to adopt the recommendations was 
made by Frank Firestine, seconded by Harold Mischel. The 
vote was unanimous. 

A committee was named to implement an evaluation plan 
for football officials similar to the computer plan the associ- 
ation IS now using for basketball The plan used for basketball 
IS each school is sent a list of all basketball officials and the 
coaches are asked to rate only those officials they have used 
during the year The coaches have cards in which to 
document the rating after using the official. These cards are 
kept on file for a period of time in the case verification of 
someone's rating is requested. The Committee is Julian 
Tackett, Stan Steidel, Jack Goodman, Don Stacy and Billy 
Wise. A report will be given at a later date. 

George Mercker discussed more recent developments in 
litigation as it effects the assigning secretaries in their training 
of officials and their assignments. He also had some recom- 
mendations that they could carry back to their local associ- 
ations and local boards. 

After a period of general discussion, Don Metzger moved 
and a second was made by Kurt Duff that the meeting be 
adjourned. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



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KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION 

OF 

PEP ORGANIZATION SPONSORS 



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The Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors (KAPOS) is pleased to recognize six 1987 
Stella S. Gilb Scholarship winners: Polly Brewer, Hughes-Kirk High School; Teresa Chapman, Monroe 
County High School; Kathryn Hibbs, Madisonville-North Hopkins High School; Julie Jackson, Owsley 
County High School; Melissa Morehead, Lone Oak High School; and Annette Souder, Fleming County 
High School. Chosen for academic and leadership ability, each recipient received $1 ,200. Since 1 964, 
KAPOS has awarded 43 scholarships in the amount of $32,1 00. Applications for the 1 988 scholarships 
will be available in January. Any senior cheerleader at a KAPOS member school is eligible. 






Annette Souder 
Fleming County High School 



Julie Jackson 
Owsley County High School 



Polly Brewer 
Hughes-Kirk High School 






Melissa Morehead 
Lone Oak High School 



Kathryn Hibbs 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins High School 



Teresa Chapman 
Monroe County High School 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



PAGE FIVE 



1986-87 GIRLS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

ELIZABETHTOWN COUNTRY CLUB, ELIZABETHTOWN 

JUNE 2-3, 1987 

TEAM CHAMPION - SACRED HEART ACADEMY 




Individual Winner 
Kim Tyrer - Franl<lin County - 154 

INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

Nancy Jones, Sacred Heart 158 

Lisa Weissmueller, Henry Clay 160 

Julie Esselman, Ballard 162 

Jennifer McGohen, Oldham County 162 

Laurie Goodlett, Anderson County 164 

Jennifer Brenzel, Sacred Heart 164 

Joanna Gibbs, Calloway County 165 

Missy Gahm, Sacred Heart 166 

Valerie Doming. Nortre Dame Academy 166 

Charia Evans, Madisonville North Hopkins 166 

Gail Shannon, Montgomery County 166 




TEAM SCORES 

Sacred Heart 675 

Franklin County 709 

Oldham County 712 

Notre Dame Academy 739 

Calloway County 752 

Bowling Green 754 

Paintsville 759 

Estill County 777 

Murray 789 

Tates Creek 790 



1986-87 BOYS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

LINCOLN TRAIL COUNTRY CLUB, VINE GROVE 

JUNE 2-3, 1987 

TEAM CHAMPION - ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL 




Individual Winner 
Ben Lane - Montgomery County - 146 

INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

Russell Smoak. Western Hills 148 

Deron Feldhaus, Mason County 148 

Tim Logsdon, Pleasure Ridge Park 150 

Bryan Baysinger, Glasgow 151 

Joe Noble, Greenup County 151 

Edwin Luxon, Jr., Richmond Model 153 

Harold Wallace, Greenup County 153 

Scott Franklin. Carroll County 153 

James Gonda, Shelby County 154 

Jack Conway, St. Xavier 154 




i 
TEAM SCORES 

St. Xavier 624 

Trinity 634 

Richmond Model 634 

Carroll County 642 

Bowling Green 646 

Boyd County 647 

Western Hills 650 

Somerset 651 

Fulton City 656 

Marshall County 663 

Franklin County 664 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



OWENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. BASEBALL CHAMPION — 1986-87 




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Team Members: Brad Anderson, Mark Church, Jason Crandall, Mike Cole, Jeremy Coomes, Chad Embry, Pat Hume, John 
Iracane, Scott Kingsley, Steve Luck, Steve O'Bryan, Del Oliver, Kirk Purdom, Glenn Stroud, Marty Teasley, Steve Williams, 
Brandy Wilson, Rob Wimsatt. Head Coach: Eugene Van Hoose. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 



M.C. Napier 




Pleasure Ridge Park 




Ellzabethtown High School 
June 4 - June 5, 1987 




Tournament Officials 

Robert Dwyer - Louisville 

Lester Lynch - Elizabethtown 

Dave Penick - Union 

Johnny Sneii - Russellville 



From The Commissioner's Office [Ml@71i) ® (^i@?( 



WRESTLING STATE TOURNAMENT CHANGED 

At its July meeting, the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control eliminated the sectional 
wrestling meets. By taking this action, the Board moved the state championship 
finals in wrestling to February 19 and 20, 1987. Please make a note of this 
change in your records, and on your memorandum calendar. 

NEW TRAINERS MANUAL A VALUABLE AID FOR SCHOOLS 

The Institute for Public and Private Sector Initiatives had produced a special 
booklet to aid high schools, called the "High School Sports Injury Manual". 
This manual is very informative, and according to several experienced trainers, 
it is easy to understand, with simple, easy to follow, instructions. This 
manual is very thorough, and could help each school system in Kentucky. The 
manual sells for $4.95 per copy, and is available by writing directly to the 
publisher at PPSI, 6991 East Camelback, #C-240, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85251. If 
a school or system orders in a large quantity, a discount is available. 

SCHOOL TICKET ORDERS FOR BASKETBALL IN MAIL 

The state basketball tournament ticket order forms have been mailed to the 
schools, as well as to public ticket patrons. It is important to circulate 
this material among all persons in the school who might desire to order 
tickets, as no add on orders will be accepted to the school or superintendent 
order. All additional orders submitted after receiving the ticket order form 
will be treated as public orders and will be filled on a first come, first 
served basis. 

FOOTBALL PLAYOFF TICKET INFORMATION TO BE MAILED 

In the next few weeks, information will be mailed to the schools relative to 
ordering tickets for the State Football Championships to be held at the 
Fairgrounds in Louisville over Thanksgiving weekend. We encourage each school 
to order enough tickets for the coaches and players on your team to attend the 
state finals. 



APPROVED DATES FOR BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 1988-1992 

1988 - Boys - March 16 - 19 * Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky 

Girls - March 23 - 26 * Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

1989 - Boys - March 15 - 18 * Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

Girls - March 22 - 25 * Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

1990 - Girls - March 14 - 17 * Site to be Determined 

Boys - March 21 - 24 * Site to be Determined 

1991 - Boys - March 13 - 16 * Site to be Determined 

Girls - March 20 - 23 * Site to be Determined 

1992 - Boys - March 18 - 21 * Site to be Determined 

Girls - March 25 - 28 * Site to be Determined 



BASKETBALL OPEN DATES 

January 5-8, 1988, 4th Annual Bath County High School New Year Classic, needs 

four boys' teams to complete the field. Contact Coach Roy Wright 

(606)674-6236 (school) or (606)674-2469 (home). 
January 27-30, 1988, Boone County High School needs one girls' team for an 

eight (8) team tournament, contact Coach Nell Hensley (606)283-2795. 
February 19 and February 26, 1988, St. Xavier, contact Paul Young 

(502)635-5300 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 



With the implementation of the 
important to keep up with the 
Assessment (ACT test). For 1987-8? 



NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
test dates for the American College Testing 
, and 1988-89, the schedule is as follows: 



1987-88 Test Date 
10/24/87 
12/12/87 
02/27/88 
04/16/88 
06/11/88 

1988-89 Test Date 
10/22/88 
12/10/88 
02/11/89 
04/15/89 
06/10/89 



Regular Postmark Deadline 

09/25/87 

11/13/87 

01/29/88 

03/18/88 

05/13/88 

Regular Postmark Deadline 

09/23/88 

11/11/88 

01/13/89 

03/17/89 

05/12/89 



Late Deadi ine 

10/13/87 

12/01/87 

02/16/88 

04/05/88 

05/31/88 

Late Deadi ine 

10/11/88 

11/29/88 

01/31/89 

04/04/89 

05/30/89 



IMPORTANT CHANGE IN INSURANCE COVERAGE RELATIVE TO CHEERLEADERS 

Thus far, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association has been able to 
maintain liability and catastrophic insurance coverage for cheerleaders 
through the existing policy at no additional charge to the Association or the 
schools. In an effort to hold down the costs of insurance, the K.H.S.A.A. 
Board of Control recently adopted the following guidelines for limitations on 
cheerleader stunts which have been determined to be high risk -- 1) No mini 
trampolines or other height increasing apparatus allowed; 2) No flip dismounts 
from mounts (pyramids); 3) No knee drops; 4) No toe or thigh pitches; 5) No 
mount may be more than two people high, interpreted as follows: (a) Any person 
in a mount must have principle weight supported by a person whose principle 
weight support is the floor, (b) Additional persons used in the mount for 
support may not extend above the mount itself; 6) All maneuvers of the "swan 
dive" variety are not allowed. 

Cheerleaders are subject to the general eligibility requirements of the 
Association to participate. This includes, but is not limited to, parental 
permission, enrollment and academic requirements, and a signed physician's 
statement to the effect he/she is physically fit to take severe exercise 
without undue risk. 



These stunt limitations are only recommendations , however, cheerleaders from 
schools not adhering to these guidelines will not be covered by the blanket 
insurance plan and may have to seek additional coverage elsewhere. 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1987-88 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored events, 
along with the first day of practice. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Al 1 owed 


Finals 
(Tentative) 


Soccer 


July 20 


Aug. 24 


6-20 


Nov. 7 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 7 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 31 


Football 


Aug. 1 


Aug. 21 


11 


Nov. 27-28 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 20 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Feb. 26/27 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


football 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 30 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 28 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 28 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 1/2 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 2/4 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 4 



These dates are as printed on the 1987-88 Memorandum Calendar, with the 
exception of the state wrestling meet which was changed by a decision of the 
Board of Control at its July, 1987 meeting. 



SANCTIONS FOR CONTESTS INVOLVING OUT OF STATE TEAMS 



Many questions arise when a member school attempts to schedule a game against 
a team from another state. Remember that the contest must go through the 
proper administrative channels to be considered a legal contest. The 
following can serve as a simple guide to athletic directors and principals -- 

If a game involves only one Kentucky school and one out of state school, 
and the other state adjoins Kentucky, no state Association or National 
Federation sanction is necessary; 

If a meet or tournament involves one or more teams from outside the host 
state, and the invited teams are from adjoining state(s), National 
Federation sanction is not necessary. However the event must be 
sanctioned by the state Associations involved. It is the responsibility 
of the principal of the host school to initiate the sanction procedure; 

In all other cases, both state Association and National Federation 
sanction is required. If you are the host school, contact Anne Wesley 
Mays at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association to obtain the 
sanction forms and begin the sanction process. The sanction process must 
be completed thirty (30) days prior to the event. 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

Now that the season has begun, it is important to start over with our open 
dates listing. Beginning with the next few issues of the Athlete, we will 
publish open dates for the 1988 season. 

Please feel free to alert the office as to any and all open football and 
basketball playing dates. However, you should remember that only games 
scheduled before August 1 and played before the first weekend in November 
shall be used in determing a district winner or runner-up. 

If a date was filled prior to August 1, please notify this office. The 
following is the list of open dates for the 1987 season as per the master 
schedule of football games compiled from the schedules submitted in the spring 
by the athletic directors -- 

Week 1 (August 21) - Atherton, Ballard, Bardstown, Bellevue, Bowling 
Green, Breckinridge County, Butler, Carroll County, Cawood, Central, 
Conner, DeSales, Dixie Heights, Doss, DuPont Manual, Eastern, 
Eminence, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Fort Campbell, Franklin County, 
Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, Hancock County, Harlan, 
Harrodsburg, Henry Clay, Henry County, Holy Cross (Louisville), 
Iroquois, Jeffersontown, Jessamine County, Johns Creek, Kentucky 
Country Day, Lincoln County, Lloyd Memorial, Logan County, Madison, 
Male, Mercer County, Millersburg Military Institute, Moore, Murray, 
Newport Central Catholic, North Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Prestonsburg, Russell County, Seneca, Shawnee, Shelby County, South 
Hopkins, Southern, Todd County Central, Trinity (Louisville), Union 
County, Valley, Waggener, Warren Central, Western, Woodford County 

Week 2 (August 28) - Evarts, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Owensboro, Phelps, 
Virgie, Whitley County 

Week 3 (September 4) - Calloway County, Caverna, Cawood, Fleming County, 
Hopkinsville, M.C. Napier, Phelps 

Week 4 (September 11) - Fulton County, Harrodsburg, Reidland 

Week 5 (September 18) - Barren County, Betsy Layne, Corbin, Murray, North 
Hardin, Sheldon Clark 

Week 6 (September 25) - Adair County, Clay County, Dixie Heights, 
Edmonson County, Marshall County, Morgan County, Owensboro Catholic, 
Somerset, Virgie 

Week 7 (October 2) - Ludlow, Trigg County, Webster County 

Week 8 (October 9) - Berea, Corbin, Crittenden County, Cumberland, 
Elkhorn City, George Rogers Clark, Hancock County, Lawrence County, 
Oldham County 

Week 9 (October 16) - Apollo, Boone County, Cumberland, Johns Creek, Knox 
Central, Madison, North Hardin, Rowan County, Wayne County 

Week 10 (October 23) - DeSales, Hart County, Millersburg Military 
Institute, Paris, Whitley County 

Week 11 (October 30) - Allen Central, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Holmes, 
Larue County, Leslie County, Millersburg Military Institute, 
Pineville, Williamsburg 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



PAGE SEVEN 



1986-87 KHSAA STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT 

Louisville, Kentucky 

May 28-31, 1987 

MERCY ACADEMY 







Team Members Monica Beam, Beth Bizzel, Andera Buckman, Kim Byron, Cheryl Cam, Ronda Eaton, Angela Ferry, Pam 
Hamilton, Nacy Hulsmeyer, Robin Kulp, Kriston Kupper, Stacy Moore, Becky Pearson, Jennifer Sweet, Marty Wilkins, Sandy 
Willet. 



Mercy Academy 



Bye 



Mercy Academy 9 



Franklin County 6 



Ohio County 



Greenup County 3 



Marshall County 



Bye 



Bye 



Pleasure Ridge Park 6 



Laurel County 



Oldham County 5 



Christian County 



Bye 



Marshall County 4 



Laurel County 2 



Christian County 4 



Mercy 



Mercy 



Christian Co. 18 



Mercy 



Tournament Officials 

Ron Anderson - Louisville 
Billy J Bollinger - Owensboro 
Glenn Crittenden - Covington 

Morris Durbin - Louisville 
Linda Howard - Elizabethtow/n 

Tom Klitte - Edgewood 

Marty Matusiah - Elizabethtown 

Michael J Robbins - Independence 

Andy Strain - Radcliff 

Jim Tharp - Louisville 

Charles Wade - Elizabethtow^n 

Mel Webster - Bellevue 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



Twenty-Eighth Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

June 4-6, 1987 



SEEDED PLAYERS 

Julie Abel - Jul! Gering - Sacred Heart 

Patricia Mahon - Sue Anne Bird - Henderson Co. 

Angel Long - Shannon Roberts - Tales Creek 

Amy Gregory - Kelli McKnight - Paducah Tilghma 

Ann Sutherland • Kristen Klebba - Sacred Heart 

Evelyn Pepper - Jenny Turner - Bowling Green 





Sacred Heart 


Sacred Heart 




BYE 






Cathy Jackson - Kim Pehike 
DOSS 






6-1, 6-2 
Bowling Green 


-— - 


Dawn Hesselbrock - 


Montgomery Co. 




MONTGOMERY CO. 


6-3, 6-3 




Evelyn Pepper - Jenny Turner 
BOWLING GREEN 




Sacred Heart 




6-0, 6-0 

Paducah Tilghman 




Stacie VanDyke - Jesslyn Smith 


Bowling Green 


. 


HOLY ROSARY 


6-2. 6-0 




AnneMarie Hoke - Beth Boaz 
CALLOWAY CO 






7-5,6-2 

Paducah Tilghman 




Dena Aubrey - Emily Weiland 


Henderson Co. 




HENDERSON CO. 


6-4, 7-6, 7-5 




Amy Gregory - Kelli McKnight 
PADUCAH TILGHMAN 
Wendy Parrish - Cathy Stevens 
TATES CHEEK 


Paducah Tilghman 






6-3. 6-0 




6-3,7-6. 10-8 
den 

Boone Co. 




Shannon McMurtrey - Wendy Dry 
MALE 

Alisa Munson - Masako Kanzaki 
BOONE CO. 




6-3.6-2 
Notre Dame 




6-4, 6-3 




Lisa Linberger - Anne Rickert 
ELIZABETHTOWN 












Elizabelhlown 






MASON CO. 


6-0, 6-3 




Tracy Greenwell - Cristy Price 
MODEL 






6-4, 6-3 
Calloway Co. 




Molly Waller - Jenny Bcssler 


Notre Dame 




NOTRE DAME 


6-1,6-2 


Julie Abel - Juli Gering 


Chari Beth Rose - Rebecca Cavw 
G.R. CLARK 


ood 


SACRED HEART 


3-6, 6-4,6-1 


Sandy Smith . Susan Smith 
NORTH HARDIN 


North Hardin 




t-2. 7-6, 7-2 




Keri Conrad - Beth Martin 
BOONE CO 






7-5.6-4 
Tales Creek 




Liz Marquardt - Sherry Glassco 


Calloway Co. 




CALLOWAY CO 


6-2.6-2 




Elizabeth Vance - Ellis Moore 
MASON CO. 




Tales Creek 






6-1,6-0 
Henderson Co. 


Tales Creek 






Mason Co. 




MALE 


3-6. 6-4, 6-0 




Susan Murray - Echo Moore 
BOWLING GREEN 






6-0,6-1 
Sacred Heart 




Angel Long - Shannon Roberts 


Tales Creek 




TATES CREEK 


6-0, 6-0 




Carolyn Rickert - Nazo Iquabat 
ELIZABETHTOWN 










Heather Long - Cindy Greenwell 
MODEL 


Model 




6-1.6-3 




Calhy Jo Moock - Stacy Haas 
HOLY ROSARY 




6-0,6-2 
Henderson Co. 






Sacred Heart 




SACRED HEART 


6-0, 6-0 




BYE 






6-1,6-3 




Leah Fanning - Shannon Patrick 


Montgomery Co. 




MONTGOMERY CO. 






BYE 




6-1,6-1 




Patricia Mahon - Sue Ann Bird 


Henderson Co. 




HENDERSON CO. 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1 987 



PAGE NINE 



Twenty-Eighth Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

June 4-6, 1987 



Wendy Anderson - Henry Clay 



SEEDED PLAYERS 

Wendy Anderson - Henry Clay 

Elizabeth Huber - Kentucky Country Day 

Kim Draud - Highlands 

Courtney Jones - Henry Clay 



BYE 


1 Anderson 


Anderson 


Anderson 


Anderson 


Stephar\ie Dixon - Henderson Co 
Ellen Hogancamp - Murray 
Heather Crown - Bourbon Co. 
Kelly Haskins - Calloway Co. 
Renee Marshall - Ballard 
Wendy Gunter - Bullitt Central 








Diane Pteiler - Owensboro Cath. | 




6-0, 6-0 
Gunter 




















Wendy Gunter - Bullitt Central 


6-0, 6-0 
Dixon 
























6-1,6-3 
Dixon 










BYE 


J 




Stephanie Dixon ■ Henderson Co. 










6-0,6-2 
Draud 


Wendy Anderson 










BYE 


J 










Amber Smith - Pulaski Co. 


6-3,6-1 
Haines 










BYE 


J 










Libby Haines - Russellville 


6-0,6-2 
Draud 










BYE 


J 




Amy Haskins - Calloway Co. 




6-2, 6-1 
Draud 










BYE 


J 




Kim Draud - Highlands 






6-1.6-2 






n Draud 






J 












6-0, 6-0 
Lopez 
















Jenny Lopez - Sacred Hearl 






6-4, 0-0 
Crown 










BYE 


J 




Susan Duane - Male 




6-0,6-1 
Crown 




Missy Hite - Elizabethtown 
Heather Crown - Bourbon County 






-^ 6-2,6-1 




6-1,6-0 
Jones 








Susan Franklin - Bowling Green 


1 Crown 


















63. 6-1 
Ruchka 




Mendy Sharp - Mason Co. 






-J 6-0. 6-0 






6 1,6-3 
Hogancamp 
























6-4, 6-3 
Hall 




Kelly Padgett - Holy Cross 






— ' 6-2,6-2 


HENRY CLAY 




6-1.2-6,6-4 








-162 61 






— 1 Steinman 




Lora Jody - Corbin 


3-6, 7-5, 6-4 
Hogancamp 




Ehxabeth Slemman - Tales Creek 


) .- 7 7 r 6 '' 












61. 7-5 




Cindy Thomas - Mason County 
Carol Jansen - Holy Rosary 






— 1 6-1.6-3 




6-2,6-2 
Brandenburg 




Ellen Hogancamp - Murray 






1 






' ' 








BYE 


6-0,6-1 
Huber 


Huber 




Stephanie Kirtley - Bowling Green 


















6-4, 6-3 
Jones 












J 










BYE 


6-1,6-0 
Haskins 










Luci Gutermulh - Male 


J 










BYE 


60, 6-1 
Fenwicl< 




Courtney Jones ■ Henry Clay 
BYE 










6-2.7-6(7-3) 






1 i-enwick 






_J 












6-2,6-1 
Haskins 












_l 






6-1.6-1 
Huber 










Stephanie Grant - Southern 


J 




BYE 


6-0,6-1 
Marshall 












_J 












6-0. 6-1 








Janie Borcherding - Beechwood 




















6-2,6-1 
Huber 












_J 










BYE 


6-0,6-3 




Vickie Petlrey ■ Morgan Co. 


1 Pclliey 
















6-0-6-3 




Elizabeth Huber ■ Ky. Country Day 


1 Huber 




_l 





PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



Fifty-Fourth Annual Kentucky High School 

Boys Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 



June 4-6, 1987 



SEEDED PLAYERS 

Chris Bohnerl - Clinton Glasscock - SI. Xavier 

Nirav Patel - Marcello Rebolledo - Owensboro Catholic 

Ray Shea - Terry Gornet - St. Xavier 

Chad Dowdy - Richard Tracy - Lone Oak 





Chris Bohnerl - Clinton Glasscoch 
ST. XAVIER 


St. Xavier 


St. Xavier 


Jeff Anderson - Mark Beckham - Eastern 

John Nottsinger - Chance Saltzman - Bowling Green 




Michael Zaracostas - Lee Isaacs 
SAYRE 


Wes Sights - Mike Kemp ■ Henderson Co. 




6-0, 6-0 
Bowling Green 






Doug Harkness - Richard Pearsor 
WESTERN 






6-1,6-2 
Eastern 


■ 




Park Priest - Greg West 
BOWLING GREEN 






6-0, 6-0 
Eastern 






Jett Anderson - Mark Beckham 
EASTERN 


St. Xavier 






6-2, 7-6 (7-3) 
Lone Oak 






Randy Hicks - Brian Bfumfield 
BOYD CO. 






6-0, 6-1 
St. Camillus 


" 




Doug Yelton - Jim Veskuhl 
DIXIE HEIGHTS 






6-3,6-2 
Lone Oak 






Robert Messer - Yosh Palil 
ST. CAMILLUS 






6-1,6-0 
Lone Oak 






Chad Dowdy - Richard Tracy 
LONE OAK 


St. Xavier 






3-6, 6-4, 7-5 






Darin Hausberger - HARRISON 
Daris McCullough CO. 






6-3, 6-2 
Paintsville 






Scolt Crahon - Travis Saucke 
HENDERSON CO. 






6-2,6-0 
Highlands 






Craig Collins ■ Chris Collins 
PAINTSVILLE 






5-7. 6-2, 7-6 (7-5) 
Highlands 






Mace Bentley - Jay Buten 
HIGHLANDS 














Charlie Wagner - Mark Waldman 
KY COUNTRY DAY 








4-6,6-4,6-3 
Elizabelhtown 






Chad Rodemeier - Chris Young 
PADUCAH TILGHMAN 




Robbie Myers 
ELIZABETHTOWN 


6-1, 3-6, 6-1 
Bowling Green 




Elizabelhtown 6-1. 6-7 (3-7), 6-3 


Nirav Patel - 




3-6,6-4,6-0 
Dixie Heights 


Marcello Rebolledo 




David Jude - Todd Wyah 
BOYD CO 


OWENSBORO CATHOLIC 


Billy Meeks - David Frenc 


6-3, 4-6, 6-2 


SCOTT CO. 


Chris Hemingway - DIXIE 
Kevin McElheney HEIGHTS 






7-6(7-2), 6-1 
Bowling Green 






David Barnes - Nelson Jackson 
WESTERN 






6-0,7-5 
St. Xavier 






John Noflsinger - BOWLING 
Chance Saltzman GREEN 






6-0, 6-1 
Woodlord Co 






John Dreszer - Lowell Stokes 
KY. COUNTRY DAY 


St. Xavier 








6-1. 6-1 
Owensboro Cath. 


Owensboro Cath. 






Leon Grayson - Bob Gibson 
WOODFORD COUNTY 






3-6,6-4,6-0 
St. Xavier 






Curt Cromwell - Stephen Nines 
PADUCAH TILGHMAN 






6-0, 6-2 
Henderson Co. 






Ray Shea - Terry Gornet 
ST. XAVIER 






6-1, 6-0 
Elizabethtown 






Todd Rush - Derek Coleman 
DOSS 












Joey Sheroan - Greg Inman 
ELIZABETHTOWN 






6-1,6-4 
Henderson Co. 






Keith Parsons ■ Paul Harper 
DANVILLE 






6-2, 6-1 
Owensboro Cath. 






Wes Sights - Mike Kemp 
HENDERSON CO. 






6-3.6-4 
Scott Co. 






Steve Page - Ben Brewer 
SCOTT CO. 






6-2. 6-1 






John Hayden - Su-Hun-Seo 
ST. CAMILLUS 






7-6, (8-6), 6-3 
Owensboro Cath. 






Andrew Park - John Betl 
SAYRE 






6-1,6-0 






Nirav Patel - Marcello Rebolledo 
OWENSBORO CATH 






6-0 6-0 





THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Fifty-Fourth Annual Kentucky High School 

Boys Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center - University of Kentucky 



Boyd Wallet - 
Paducah Tilghrr 



David Mahan - SI. Xavic 



Andy Schrecker - Male 



Brett Souther - Lyon Co. 



Brian Moore - Bowling Gn 



Roben Carran - Dixie Heights 



Bryan Minion - St. Xavie 



Tony Eaton ■ Elizabethtown 



Glen Seller - Holy Cross 



Edwin Lewis - Ky, Country Day 



Bill Meadows - Sayri 



Steve Ruett - Trinity 



Brent Music - Prestonsburg 



Warren Watson - Henderson Co 



6-1. 6*1 

Steve Lenahan - Scott Co. 



Patrick Hayden - St. Camillus 



Jason Yeagei Dixie Heights 



e Allen - Christian Co 



Billy Rabold Bowling Green 



Toby Bryan - Boyd Co. 



Matt Grove 


Western 


Patel 




Owensboro Cath. 


Vimal Patel 


6-0.6-0 



June 4-6, 1987 

SEEDED PLAYERS 

Andy Schrecker - Male 

Steve Mather ■ Trinity 

Bill Meadows - Sayre 

Vimal Patel - Owensboro Catholic 

Jason Yeager ■ Dixie Heights 

Bryan Minion - St. Xavier 

Steve Ruetl - Trinity 

Jimmie Brooks - Male 





Meadows 




David Johnson ■ Boyd Co. 


6-0.6-0 
Palll 






Meadows 


Neil Palll - SI. Camillus 


60. 6-1 






Paul Pinkston - Scott Co. 


6-4,6-0 







Bryan 


Brooks 


Mather 




Jay Avenido - Elizabethtown 


6-1.6-1 
Brooks 








Charlie Seaburg - Paducah Tilghn 


7-5.6-1 
Mather 








Jimmie Brooks - Male 


6-1. 6-3 
Lanklord 








Brad Fox - North Hardin 


4-6. 6-2 


,6-3 






Ford Lanklord ■ Sayre 


6-2.6-3 
Mather 








Scott Weiss Ky Country Day 


6-0.7-5 








Steve Mather ■ Trinity 


4-6. 6-0. 4-0 





PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1987 



SACRED HEART ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPIONS 
1986-87 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




Front Row (kneeling) Lett to Righit: Tara Hubbuch, Joanna Riggs, Leigh Ann Fetter, Lisa Hubbuch, Dorsey Tierney. Back Row: 
Krisia Hubbuch, Stacie Conliffe, Courtney Cowan, Eileen Sampey, Amy Barrett, Beth Grohmann, Tassie Stout. 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPIONS 
1986-87 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




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Northup, Chris John, Rob Tichy, Barry Hillebrand (Coach), Ed Jenkins, GeofThomas, Brian Wilcoxson, Mike Dyar (Coach), Andy 
Schulten (behind trophy). 





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The National Federation's TARGET program Is now at full strength in Its effort to help students cope with problems related to 
alcohol and other drugs. 

Richard A. Stickle, the former executive director of the Idaho High School Activities Association, is the new director of the 
TARGET program 

Stickle has developed TARGET Idaho, a chemical health education program organized in conjunction with the national 
TARGET program, and he has great concern for the youth of this nation. 

Prior to his 13 years in the Idaho association. Stickle has been invovled with high school students as an assistant principal, 
athletic director, coach and teacher. He has coached football, basketball, wrestling and track and was a math teacher for 1 5 years. 
"The TARGET program is growing rapidly, and we are fortunate to have a person of Dick's ability to lead us in this important 
endeavor, " said Brice Durbin, executive director of the National Federation. 

The TARGET program has four major components — a national resource center and toll-free telephone number, an on-going 
training program for adult and student volunteers ,anational insurance program for alcohol/drug rehabilitation and printed 
materials such as this publication. 

Individuals now can obtain the location of the nearest alcohol/drug treatment center and the latest information on abuse of 
drugs in sports by calling 1 -800-366-6667. Kathy Perry is the coordinator of the TARGET Resource Center. 

In addition, the student insurance plan is now available, which will provide alcohol and drug rehabilitation insurance at a group 
purchase price of $1 per student. Enrollment of all students in a school is necessary to participate, and a minimum participation 
level of one million students is required before the policy goes into effect. 

When the insurance program is activated, the program will pay up to $25,000 a student for the first six months of approved, 
professional treatment. It also will cover an additional $1 2,500 in expenses for the first year for a total coverage of $37,500. To enroll 
your students in the program, contact TARGET Insurance, 1 420 S.W. Arrowhead Road, P.O. Box 21 59, Topeka, Kansas 66601 . 

This is the second issue of the On TARGET publication, which is sent (four copies) to every high school in the United States. The 
youth of this nation are our most precious commodity, and TARGET is seeking to help our young people lead healthy, socially 
responsible lives and make alcohol and drug use and abuse out of style. 



LEADER TRAINING BEGINS 

The first TARGET leadership training session for state-level leaders of coaches, athletic directors and advisors was held fvlay 
11-15 at Hazelden in Center City, Minnesota. Twenty-one individuals from New York and West Virginia were involved in the first 
session. 

Since then, two additional training sessions have been held. Thirty individuals from five states (Georgia, South Dakota, 
Wisconsin, Nebraska, Kansas) were trained July 20-24 and 30 others from four states (Massachusetts, Utah. Arkansas. Idaho) 
received training at Hazelden August 17-21. 

Designed to help schools and communities address concerns about alcohol and other drug use, the TARGET training program 
IS an intensive, week-long session. The workshop provides a foundation of knowledge and skills for individuals, who are selected 
by the state association, to take back and implement in their schools, where they can present what they've learned to others. 

The format is not prescriptive, however. It does not give people a magic formula lor solving complex problems. 

"The problems that students, schools and communities face are often intertwined and often unique," said Roger Svendsen, 
program development manager for the Hazelden-Cork Sports Education program ""It is not our goal to provide canned solutions 
for each situation that arises. Rather, we believe there are some overall approaches that seem to be successful, and which can be 
easily replicated These basic "systems' can form the framework on which tailor-made policies and programs can be built and 
implemented." 

Through a series of discussions, movies, videotapes, group activities and written materials, the participants in the first three 
sessions learned a great deal about effective ways to help students cope with alcohol and other drug issues Following are the 
comments from some of the first participants: 

""I came to this workshop with a lot of bits and pieces of what drug education meant, now I see how things fit together into a 
package that our local community and school can really use, '" 

""The workshop was the single greatest educational experience in my 18 years as a teacher and coach." 

"'The experience of the workshop was fantastic I am looking forward to sharing my knowledge and skills as a trainer with the 
member schools of my section and implementing TARGET in New York state "" 

""The program was outstanding in every way. It was the best training session in my 29 years in education" 

The next TARGET leadership training session is scheduled for September 21-25, with 23 individuals from five states set to 
participate — Oregon. New Jersey. New Mexico, Michigan and Wyoming. Twenty-three additional persons from Pennsylvania, 
Minnesota and Illinois will be involved in the October 19-23 session, and Idaho and Alaska are scheduled for the November 2-6 
training 

For more information on the TARGET leadership training, contact Dick Stickle, director of TARGET, 1 1 724 Plaza Circle, P.O. Box 
20626, Kansas City. MO 64195: 816/464-5400. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLX, NO. 2 



SEPTEMBER, 1987 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
REPORT OF EXAMINATIONS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

for the years ended June 30, 1987 and 1986 



BALANCE SHEETS 



ASSETS 

Current assets: 
Cash 

Certificates of deposit and 

savings accounts 

Interest receivable 

Prepaid Insurance 

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 

Fixed assets 

Land 

Building 

Equipment 



TOTAL FIXED ASSETS 



$102,834 

458,579 
3,170 
6,443 


$3,046 

499,462 

-0- 

6,443 


$571,026 


$508,951 


27,000 
209,289 
147,039 


27,000 
209,289 
143,091 


$383,328 


$379,380 


$954,354 


$888,331 



LIABILITY AND FUND EQUITY 



EXPENDITURES: 

General and administrative 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 
Girls' State Basketball Tournament 

Track 

Football playoffs 

Tennis 

Cross Country 

Golf 

Baseball 

Soccer 

Softball 

Svi/imming 

Wrestling 

Volleyball 

I^id America Classic 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $1.165,109 

Revenues over (under) 



656,133 


650.378 


257,064 


212.279 


85,407 


83.480 


44.601 


40.808 


32.547 


32.539 


13.953 


12.189 


12.338 


10.027 


10.782 


8.938 


10.889 


9.762 


11.815 


5.104 


10.255 


7.886 


8.973 


7.274 


6.486 


6.758 


3.562 


3.838 


304 


39,852 



Current liability; 


$4,345 

383.328 
566.681 

$950,009 

$954,354 


$1,440 

379.380 
507.511 

$886,891 

$888,331 


dt 


59,170 
507,511 
$566,681 

FFUND 

1987 

$3,046 

120.000 
450 

$123,496 


(130.530) 




Fund balance, beginning of year .... 

Fund balance, end of year _ 

RETIREMENT TRUS" 

ASSETS _ 

Current assets: 




Fund equity: 
Reserve for fixed assets 


638.041 
$507,511 


TOTAL FUND EQUITY 


1986 




S EXPENDITL 
ND BALANCE 

1987 


IRES 

1986 


$4,462 




Certificates of deposit and 


1 1 5.000 


STATEMENT OF REVENUE 
AND CHANGES IN FUl 


Accrued interest receivable _ 

FUND BALANCE 


450 
$119,912 


REVENUES 


$123,496 

TFUND 
EXPENDITl 
D BALANCE 

1987 

$6,903 

3.319 




Boys' State Basketball Tournament 


$816,069 

115.306 

80.984 

71.866 

57.165 

31.363 

41.142 

7.482 

2.902 

$1,224,279 


$604,234 
105.291 
49.282 
87.041 
36.206 
38.020 
34.445 
5.008 
41.055 

$1,000,582 


$119,912 


Girls' State Basketball Tournament 


RETIREMENT TRUS 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, 

AND CHANGES IN FUN! 

REVENUES 










JRES 






Advertising and publications 


1986 

$9,571 




EXPENDITURES 






3.253 




Excess revenues over 


3.584 

119.912 

$123,496 


6.318 




Fund balance, beginning of year . . . . _ 
Fund balance, end of year _ 


113.594 
$119,912 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



SEPTEMBER, 1987 VOL. XLX, NO. 2 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P,0, Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
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K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

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Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

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Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

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1 989) Lexington, Grant Talbott (1 984- 1 988) Owensboro, Ken 
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Covet Photo by Brian Rickerd .^nd courtesy ol Ihe Franklorl Slate Jownat 



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VOLLEYBALL COMMITTEE 
MINUTES 



The Volleyball Committee met at the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Office in Lexington, Kentucky, on 
Monday, August 1 7, 1 987 The meeting v^ias called to order at 
10:00 am by Brigid L DeVries. Assistant Commissioner. 
Committee members present included Nancy Barre, Mike 
McDaniel. Margi McKenna, Sally Meng, Mike Whitehouse 
and Steve Williams. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
tournaments and sites. Ms. DeVries advised the Committee of 
a few changes in the teams in each region The regional sites 
were discussed and some changes were made in last year's 
sites Regional tournaments will be double elimination. 

Nancy Barre made a motion, seconded by Mike White- 
house, that the teams not change benches for the 1987 
season including regional and state tournament play. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

The Committee then discussed the items on the Regional 
Information Sheet and made some corrections for the coming 
year. 

A discussion followed regarding the site for the 1 987 State 
Volleyball Tournament to be held October 30-31. Mike 
Whitehouse made a recommendation that the State Tourna- 
ment be held at Fairdale High School in Louisville. After a 
review of the proposal submitted from Fairdale. the Com- 
mittee approved Fairdale as the site for the 1 987 Tournament 

The State Tournament format was the next topic of discus- 
sion. The winner and runner-up will advance from the 
Regional Tournaments. Expenses will be paid for the winning 
team only. 

The State Tournament Draw was conducted. Winners and 
runners-up from the same region were placed in opposite 




brackets. Only Regional winners were eligible for byes. 
Following a discussion of the State Tournament time 
schedule, it was decided to move the Friday matches a little 
earlier. Steve Williams made a motion to leave the Semi-final 
schedule on Saturday as is. The motion carried. 

The next item on the agenda was the officials fees. There 
will be no change in fees for the 1987-88 school year. 
Umpires and referees will receive $18.00 per match for 
regular season varsity play. Regional tournament fees are 
$20.00 and State Tournament fees are $25.00 per match plus 
a travel expense. 

Ms. DeVries announced the times and sites for-the Clinics. 
A brief discussion followed regarding the 1987-88 National 
Federation Volleyball rules. The most significant change was 
in rule 3-5-PEN which specifies that when the host school 
does not pad the standards, floor/wall cables and referee's 
platform according to rule 3-1-3, the match shall not be 
played, and the state association shall be notified. Ms. 
DeVries advised the Committee that Kentucky did not adopt 
Rule 12, which allows officials to use the red and yellow card 
procedure for penalizing unsportsmanlike conduct. 

Following a discussion regarding the Limitation of 
Seasons, Margi McKenna made a motion that the Volleyball 
Committee recommend to the Board of Control that the 
volleyball season be the same number of weeks as cross 
country and soccer. Steve Williams seconded the motion 
which carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting was ad- 
lourned- 



1987-88 NATIONAL 
FEDERATION VOLLEYBALL 
RULE BOOK CORRECTIONS 

Case Book /Officials Manual Corrections 

The Federation Volleyball Case Book/Officials Manual will 
not be printed until 1988-89. The following major revisions in 
the present case book/manual were necessitated by the 
1987-88 revisions in volleyball. 

Page 53 — 2-1-1 B — The court at the playing site is 
marked in meters rather than feet. RULING: Legal. 

Page 56 — 3-1 -3 A — The net supports are: (a) not padded; 
(b) not padded to the proper thickness; (c) properly padded, 
but the referee's platform is not padded. RULING. The match 
shall not be conHucted, and the state association shall be 
notified. 

Page 59 — 4-2- 1 B — Two members of Team B are wearing 
number 1 5 on their uniform. Due to an oversight, one player is 
allowed to enter the game The duplication is discovered 
when the second player attempts to enter the game. RULING: 
Unnecessary delay and the second player cannot enter the 
game until the number has been changed to a legal number If 
the scorebook has to be changed, point or side-out is 
awarded the opponents. 

Page 59 — 4-2-1 C — Five minutes before the match, the 
umpire notices that one team has two players listed with the 
same number. The actual uniforms do not have the same 
number on them. RULING: Neither player may enter the game 
until the scorebook is corrected and point or side-out is 
awarded the opponents for the incorrect roster. (7-2- PEN- 1) 

Page 59 — 4-2-1 E — A team does not have numbers on 
their uniforms. RULING: No player may enter the game 
without a number. If the team places legal numbers on the 
uniforms and submits an accurate roster lineup 10 minutes 
prior to the start of the game, there is no penalty. All applicable 
penalites are assessed if necessary. 

Page 59 — 4-2- 1 G — Some of Team A's uniforms are red 
with white trim, and others are white and with red trim. 

Votteyball Rule Bool^ Corrections Contmuea on Page Three 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



PAGE THREE 



Volleyball Rule Book Corrections Continued trom Page Two 

RULING: The team must designate which uniform is the 
"official" color. The team is penalized point/side-out when 
the first player not wearing the "official" uniform attempts to 
enter the contest. After that one penalty, both color uniforms 
are legal for the remainder of the match. 

Page 63 — 6-3-1 B — RULING should read, "Unless the 
state association determines otherwise, the referee shall 
mstruct Team A to change benches and assess an un- 
necessary delay penalty. If Team A still refuses to change 
benches, the match shall be forfeited." 

Page 66 — 6-3-2 J — COMMENT; Nonserving players may 
be on, not over, the boundary lines or center line at the 
moment the server contacts the ball. The server may not 
touch the end line or floor outside the lines marking the width 
of the serving area at the moment of the serve. 

Page 74 — 9-9-8 B — (New rule reference is 9-8-3) Players 
from Team A report for substitution with one wearing an 
Illegal sized number and one wearing illegal equipment. 
RULING; Simultaneous foul during a dead ball situation, each 
rule violated is penalized. The illegal equipment penalty is 
unnecessary delay and the player may not enter the game 
until the equipment is removed or made legal. Penalty for an 
illegal uniform is penalized by point or side-out unless the 
team was previously assessed the illegal uniform penalty 
during this match. In either case, the player wearing the illegal 
uniform may enter the game. 

Rule Book Corrections 

Cover — Major Rule Changes — "9-8-3" should be 
■'9-8-4". 

Page 10 — 2-4 Penalty (1) — Spelling error — first word 
change "whan" to "when". 

Page 25 — 9-3-3b (2) — Change rule reference from "9-7- 
6" to "9-7-2". 

Page 29 — 9-9-1 F & G — Add; F. There is a double foul 
during play G. There are conflicting calls which the referee 
cannot resolve. 

Page 37 — Comments on the Rule — "9-8-3" should be 
"9-8-4". 



Situation 25; An injured player is replaced by a player who 
has already been in the game 3 times because there is no 
other player available except one who has already played in 
another position. The official informs the coach that the player 
who has already played in another position is the proper 
substitute in the abnormal situation. 

Ruling; Correct procedure. (10-3-5). 



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VOLLEYBALL 
INFORMATION 



The K.H.S.A.A. will sponsor regional and state volleyball 
tournaments in October, 1987 The regional tournamentswill 
be held during the week of Ocotober 19th and the State 
Tournament is scheduled for October 30 & 31. 1987 at 
Fairdale High School in Louisville. 

The manager will be Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. 
DeVries. 

The region sites and teams assigned to each are listed 
below 

Region I (at Fairdale High School)— Beth Haven, Butler, 
Doss, Evangel. Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary. Pleasure 
Ridge Park. Shawnee, Southwest Christian, Valley, Western; 

Region II (at Southern High School) Brown, Central, 
Iroquois, Male, Manual, Mercy. Moore, Ninth & O, Portland 
Christian, Presentation. Southern; 

Region III (at Seneca High School)— Assumption, Atherton, 
Ballard, Christian Academy, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jefferson- 
town, Ky. Country Day, Oldham County, Sacred Heart, 
Seneca, Waggener. 

Region IV (at Scott and Holy Cross)— Beechwood. Dixie 
Heights, Holmes. Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, Notre 
Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna; 

Region V (at Newport & Newport Central Catholic)— 
Bellevue, Boone County, Bishop Brossart, Bracken County, 
Campbell County, Conner. Dayton, Highlands, Newport 
Newport Central Catholic, Walton Verona; 

Regional VI (at Woodford County)— Breathitt County, Ft 
Knox. Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer. Rowan County. Woodford 
County. 



Friends of Kentucky 
High Scliool Athletics, Inc. 




k Friend In Deeds 



A relatively new Louisville citizens group has lent much needed support to Kentucky High School Athletics. The Friends of 
Kentucky High School Athletics, Inc. is a non-profit organization formed in November, 1985. 

The purpose of the corporation is to promote, enhance and up grade athletic activities in and about the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky while promoting good will for Jefferson County. The Executive Board, which represents a number of leading civic and 
corporate leaders in Jefferson County, consists of Mike Detenber, Harbor Industnes; Bob DeSpain, Carrier Vibrating Equipment 
Inc.; Lynn Ashton. Louisville Conventon & Visitors Bureau; Mike Conliffe, Jefferson County Attorney; and Barry Strafacci, Kentucky 
Fair & Exposition Center .i. o. . ir .1,^11 

Their first proiect was to promote the 1985 State Football Championships. Tee shirts and hats having the State Football 
Championships logo printed on them and other mementoes were given to each player, cheerleader and staff member of each of 



A Friend In Deeds Continued on Page Twelve 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



PROVIDENCE - CLASS A GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 30, 1987 



■% 




Front Row (L to R): Karia Cosby, Lasema Powell, Adrianne Mason, Candy Belt, Tawanna Jones. Second Row: Mandy Walker, 
Katrina Brooks, Nikkl Ross, Darrell Hayes-Coach, Ayanna Brown, Sonya Copeland, Vldia Fowler. 



100m Low Hurdles 

1. Michelle Ray, Ballard Memorial, 15.75 

2. Theresa Woeste, Bishop Brossart, 16.04 

3. Christel Bussell, Nicholas County, 16.65 

4. Gerri Crume, Bardstown, 16.78 

5. KarIa Cosby, Providence, 16.87 

6. Mary Hedricks, Raceland, 17.68 

100m Dash 

1. Serena Winkfield, Frankfort, 12.96 

2. Virgie Dillingham, Madison, 13.25 

3. Sharae Porter, Pans, 13.32 

4. Meredith Kirklin, Harlan, 13.44 

5. HollyOldham, Ballard Memorial, 13.63 

6. Michele Gray, Nicholas County, 13.71 

800m Relay 

1. Madison, 1:49.19 

2. Bishop Brossart, 1:49.99 

3. Bellevue, 1:50.51 

4. Bath County, 1:50.53 

5. Providence, 1:50.49 

6. BardstovKn, 1:51.8 

1600m Run 

1. Stephanie Edgar, Dayton, 5:14.6 

2. Lasenna Powell, Providence, 5:26.7 

3. Denise Schank, St. Henry, 5:26.8 

4. Kathy Bowen, Fairviev», 5:33.1 

5. Candy Belt, Providence, 5:34.3 

6. Katie Sams, Ky. Country Day, 5:54.5 

400m Relay 

1. Madison, 51.59 

2. Bellevue, 52.39 

3. Harlan, 52.80 

4. Bishop Brossart, 53.01 ' 

5. Murray, 53.41 

6. Providence, 53.70 

400m Dash 

1. Serena Winkfield, Frankfort, 58.6 

2. Renee Perkins, Bishop Brossart, 1:00.1 

3. Becky Peace, Williamsburg, 1:00.5 

4. Twanna Jones, Providence, 1:01.4 

5. Tracy Gilmore, West Hopkins, 1:03.0 

6. Cherie Hendrick, Bath County, 1:03.1 



300m Hurdles 

1. Barbie Case, Bellevue, 46.6 

2. Michelle Ray, Ballard Memorial, 47.9 

3. Connie LavKSon, Bath County, 48.5 

4. Theresa Woeste, Bishop Brossart, 50.5 

5. Angle Shelley, Williamsburg, 51.2 

6. Jacquetta Jackson, Madison, 51.3 

800m Run 

1. Mary Dwyer, St. Henry, 2:16.7 

2. Adramne Mason, Providence, 2:23.1 

3. Katie Sams, Ky. Country Day, 2:28.7 

4. Serena Winkfield, Frankfort, 2:30.0 

5. Melody Bryant, Menifee County, 2:30.5 

6. Candy Belt, Providence, 2:31.2 

200m Dash 

1. Serena Winkfield, Frankfort, 26.49 

2. Barbie Case, Bellevue, 26.89 

3. Virgie Dillingham, Madison, 27.12 

4. Twanna Jones, Providence, 27.43 

5. Vidia Fowler, Providence, 28.34 

6. Vickie Hamilton, Bardstown, 28.40 

3200m Run 

1. Stephanie Edgar, Dayton, 11:38.8 

2. Amy Clement, St. Henry, 11:53.3 

3. Lasenna Powell, Providence, 12:03.9 

4. Kathy Bowen, Fairview, 12:08.7 

5. Mandy Walker, Providence, 12:57.7 

6. DanaTingler, Raceland, 12:58.9 

1600m Relay 

1. St. Henry, 4:12.63 

2. Providence, 4:13.80 

3. Bishop Brossart, 4:14.77 

4. Ky. Country Day, 4:18.781 

5. Bath County. 4:19.072 

6. Fairview, 4:22.0 

Shot Put 

1. Debra Thomas. Oneida Baptist, 35'2.5 

2. Lu Willis, Bath County, 33'6 

3. Jackie Caldwell, Campbellsville, 33'4 

4. Sandra Stamper, Menifee County, 32'7.5 

5. Sonya Copeland, Providence, 31'4.5 

6. Katrina Brooks, Providence, 31'4 



Discus 

1. Kathleen Miller, Williamsburg, 11 

2. Lu Wills, Bath County, 102'7 

3. Shelly Richardson, Paris, 99'1 1 

4. Jenny Swope, Bellevue, 97'3 

5. Debra Thomas, Oneida Baptist, ! 

6. Sonya Copeland, Providence, 91 



Long Jump 



elle 



, 16'8 



2. Katie Sams, Ky. Country Day, IS'II.S 

3. Renae Short, Hazard, 15'10.75 

4. Theresa Woeste, Bishop Brossart, 15'5 

5. Kathleen Miller, Williamsburg, 14'10 

6. Christel Bussell, Nicholas County, 14'1.75 



High Jump 








1. DeAnn Schroeder, B 


sh 


opBro 


sart, 5'2 


2. Teryl Tucker, West H 


op 


<ins, 4'1 





3. Ayanna Brown, Provi 


de 


ce, 4'9 




4. Sarah Bradburg, Ky. 


Co 


untry D 


ay, 4'3 


5. Dionne Barren, Jenk 


ns 


4'8 




6. Pam Wheatley, Ludio 


w. 


4'8 




TOTAL POINTS 




Providence 






60.00 


Bishop Brossart 






52.00 


Bellevue 






46.00 


Madison 






35.00 


St. Henry 






34.00 


Frankfort 






34.00 


Bath County 






29.00 


Ky. Country Day 






23.00 


Ballard Memorial 






20.00 


Williamsburg 






20.00 


Dayton 






20.00 


Oneida Baptist 






12.00 


Pans 






12.00 


West Hopkins 






10.00 


Harlan 






10.00 


Fairview 






9.00 


Nicholas County 






8.00 


Menifee County 






6,00 


Bardstown 






6.00 


Hazard 






6.00 


Campbellsville 






6.00 


Jenkins 






2.00 


Murray 






2.00 


Raceland 






2.00 


Ludlow 






1.00 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



PAGE FIVE 



BARDSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 30, 1987 




Front Row (L to R): Robbie Cecil, Tyrone Graves, Mathew Hite, Chris Unton. Second Row: J.W. Mattingly-Coach, Jerry Unton, 
James Brewer, Ray Young, Michael Tongue. 

110m High Hurdles 

1. Donald Overstreet, St. Mary, 14.46 

2. Tyrone Graves, Bardstown, 14.53 

3. Doug Roberts, Ballard Memorial, 15.64 

4. Bobby Ferguson, Bellevue, 15.86 

5. Jimmy Thomas, Harlan, 15.92 

6. Terry Yeast, Harrodsburg, 16.04 

100m Dash 

1. Laine Fomas, Paris, 11.11 

2. Ron Green, Caverna, 1 1.38 

3. Tim Cornett, Williamsburg, 1 1.41 

4. Larry Harris, Pans, 11.44 

5. Bryan Reed, Batli County, 11.59 

6. Chris Williams, Campbellsuille, 11.61 

1600m Run 

1. Bryan Mertens, Bellevue, 4:29.5 

2. Jerry Huffman, Ky. School f/t Deaf, 4:30.6 

3. John Steele, Bath County, 4:35.4 

4. Sri Sundaram, Paintsville, 4:36.0 

5. Cob Cunniff, Berea, 4:36.7 

6. John Struss, Berea, 4:38.9 

400m Relay 

1. Pans, 43.79 

2. Bardstown, 43.99 

3. Williamsburg, 45.10 

4. Harrodsburg, 45.17 

5. Bath County, 45.55 



. Pike 



■ille, 46.13 



400m Dash 

1. Lame Foma 



, Pan 



49.86 

2. Steve Bell, Russelluille, 50.81 

3. Travis McGuire, Harrodsburg, 50.92 

4. Marshall Sublett, Caverna, 51.43 

5. Thomas Oldfield, Bath County, 51.71 

6. Steve Underwood, Harlan, 52.09 

300m Low Hurdles 

1. Donald Overstreet, St. Mary, 38.37 

2. James Brewer, Bardstown, 38.43 

3. Doug Roberts, Ballard Memorial, 39.05 

4. JimmyThomas, Harlan, 40.71 

5. Dave Sandlin, Ludlow, 40.95 

6. Matt McNabb, Bath County, 41,45 

800m Run 

I.Andy Beute I, Ludlow, 2:01.1 

2. Marc Estep, Harlan, 2:01.60 

3. W.J. Hardin, Southwest Christian, 2:02. 



4. Paul Willis, Bath County, 2:02.67 


Triple Jump 












5. Cob Cunniff, Berea, 2:02.9 


1. Marc Mumphr 


ey. 


Carr 


oil Co 


lunty 


■, 48'2 


6. Chris Byrd, Harrodsburg, 2:04.2 


2. James Brewe 


r, Bi 


ards 


town. 


46'9.5 




3. Tyrone Grave: 


5, B. 


ards 


town. 


46'7.25 


200m Dash 


4. Ron Green, Ci 


wer 


na, 44'1.5 






1. Lame Fomas, Paris, 22.40 


5. Miquel Yates, 


Har 


rodsburg. 


41'1 


0.25 


2. James Brewer, Bardstown, 22.56 


6. Jim Horn buckle, Murr 


ay, 41 


'10 




3. Larry Harris, Pans, 23.11 














4. Ron Green, Caverna, 23.26 


Long Jump 












5. Bryan Reed, Bath County, 23.29 


1. Don Overstrei 


;t, St. M 


ary, 22'2.25 


6. Chris Williams, Campbellsville, 23.51 


2. James Brewei 


r, B^ 


jrds 


town, 


21'9.75 




3. Marc Mumphr 


ey, 


Carr 


oil Co 


unty 


■, 21'9.5 


3200m Run 


4. Bobby Fergus 


:on, 


Bell 


evue. 


21'8 


.25 


1. Jerry Huffman, Ky. School f/t Deaf, 10:06.3 


5. Tyrone Grave; 


;, B, 


iirds 


town. 


21'6 


.25 


2. James Westphal, Murray, 10:15.3 


6. Ron Green, Caver 


na, 20'10.25 




3. John Struss, Berea, 10:25.7 














4. Bryan Mertens, Bellevue, 10:33.6 


High Jump 












5. John Steele, Bath County, 10:41.8 


1. Donald Overs- 


free 


t, St 


. Mary, 6'4 




6. Donald Roby, Evarts, 10:55.7 


2. Miquel Yates, 


Har 


rod; 


iburg. 


6'2 






3. Sam Liberator 


e, E 


lard: 


stown 


, 6' 




1600m Relay 


3. JimmyThoma 


s, H 


arlai 


n, 6' 






1. Ludlow, 3:27.13 


3. Brennan Royalty, 


Jen 


kins, e 






2. Harrodsburg, 3:30.98 


3. Scott WJtte, B 


ellevue. 


6' 






3. Bath County, 3:33.29 














4. Ky. Country Day, 3:38.39 


TOTAL POINTS 




5. Pikeville, 3:39.13 


Bardstown 










61.25 


6. Murray, 3:40.8 


Paris 
Ludlow 










58.00 
42.00 


Shot Put 


St. Mary 










40.00 


1. Joe Baker, Harlan, 50'9 


Bath County 










33.00 


2. Brent Chumbley, Pans, 48'6 


Bellevue 










31.25 


3. Jim Reed, Bellevue, 45'4 


Harrodsburg 










30.00 


4. Greg Gentry, Elliott County, 44'1 1 


Harlan 










28.25 


5. Jeff Denton, Caverna, 43'7 


Caverna 










27.00 


6. Donnie Phillips, Crittenden County, 42'7.5 


Ballard Memorial 










20.00 
19.00 


Discus 


Ky. School f/t Deaf 








18.00 


1. Don Meyer, Ludlow, 15V3 


Carroll County 










16.00 


2. Sparky Robinson, Ballard Memorial, 135'9 


Williamsburg 










12.00 


3. John Hall, Fleming Neon, 133'5 


Murray 










10.00 


4. Quincy Boner, Caverna, 128'1 


Russellville 










8.00 


5. Matt Hite, Bardstown, 122'8 


Pikeville 










7.00 


6. Doug Meade, Jenkins, 122'3 


Fleming Neon 
Southwest Chris 


tian 








6.00 
6.00 


Pole Vault 


Jenkins 










4.25 


1. David Vallandingham, Ludlow, 11' 


Pamtsville 










4.00 


2. Andy Workman, Berea, ID'S 


Ky. Country Day 










4.0Q 


3. Ryan Jones, Bath County, 10'6 


Elliott County 










4.00 


4. Andy Williamson, Pikeville, 10'6 


Providence 










3.00 


S. Ken Cosby, Providence, 10' 


Campbellsville 










2.00 


6. Robert Mason, Providence, 10' 


Evarts 
Crittenden Count 


y 








1.00 
1.00 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 30, 1987 




Front Row (L to R) Vicke Alcorn, Orenda Burgess, Tina Robinson, Sharon Woods, Katie Stamps, Susan Rankin. Second Row: 
Angela Taylor-Coach, Monica Clark, Keisha Tillman, Veanita Smith, Laquella IVIitchell, Kenda Tompkins, Pam Clements. 



100m Low Hurdles 

1. Schoene Thomas, La Rue County, 15.10 

2. Marcie Grimes, Calloway County, 15.40 

3. Keisha Tillman, Danville, 15.45 

5. LieslVongruenigen, Bourbon County, 17.27 

5. Jamie Hendren, Mercer County, 17.06 

6. Lisa Wilcox, Whitesburg, 17.34 

100m Dash 

1. Lydawn Rainwater, LaRue County, 12.21 

2. Yolanda Davis, Fort Campbell, 12.78 

3. Orenda Burgess, Danville, 12.89 

4. Katie Hilton, Russell, 13.08 

5. Caria Travis, Lloyd Memorial, 13.12 

6. Marcia Grimes, Calloway County, 13.17 

800m Relay 

1. Fort Campbell, 1:45.19 

2. Danville, 1:46.02 

3. LaRue County, 1:46.47 

4. Calloway County, 1:47.17 

5. Harrison County, 1:50.06 

6. East Carter, 1:51.29 

1600m Run 

1. Susan Rankin, Danville, 5:15.6 

2. Katie Stamps, Danville, 5:18.8 

3. Patricia Dowd, Fleming County, 5:22.7 

4. Christy Hater, Newport Central Catholic, 5:3 

5. Melissa Simms, Russell, 5:34.7 

6. Kim Haluski, Fort Campbell, 5:35.5 

400m Relay 

1. Danville, 50.55 

2. Fort Campbell, 60.79 

3. Fort Knox, 51.87 

4. Harrison County, 52.29 

5. Warren East, 62.59 

6. Newport Central Catholic, 52.7 

400m Run 

1. Lydawn Rainwater, LaRue County, 58.3 

2. Miihelle Wilson, Bullitt East, 58.7 

3. Erica Muskgrow, Calloway County, 59.7 

4. Terry Woods, Fort Campbell, 1:00.8 

5. Pearly Green, Bourbon County, 1:02.2 

6. Jackie Snyder. East Carter, 1:02.5 

300m Hurdles 

1. Michelle Wilson, Bullitt East, 46.34 

2. Keisha Tillman, Danville, 46.76 



3. Beverly Burton, Warren East, 47.08 

4. LiesI Vongruenigen, Bourbon County, 49.66 

5. Stephanie Profitt, Whitesburg, 49.86 

6. Michelle Rogers, Newport Central Catholic, 52.1 



800m Run 

irly Gr 



, Da 



2:21.8 
Bourbon County, 2:24.5 

3. Holly Townsend, Webster County, 2:25.4 

4. Kathleen Lewis, Elizabethtown, 2:25.6 

5. Peggianna Snook, Western Hills, 2:27.0 

6. Tresca Tyler, Trigg County, 2:31.8 

200m Dash 

1. Lydawn Rainwater, LaRue County, 25.07 

2. Erica Muskgrave, Calloway County, 26.34 

3. Michelle Wilson, Bullitt East, 26.37 

4. Marcia Grimes, Calloway County, 26.74 

5. DeeDee Warfield, Bourbon County, 26.93 

6. CarIa Travis, Lloyd Memorial, 27.2 

3200m Run 

1. Katie Stamps, Danville, 11:36.20 

2. Patricia Dowd, Fleming County, 11:37.02 

3. Candy Reid, Fort Campbell, 1 1:55.64 

4. Debbie Finke, Danville, 11:68.87 

6. Kristen Edwards, Warren East, 12:26.2 
6. Angie Franks, Grant County, 12:36.6 

1600m Relay 

1. Fort Campbell, 4:08.14 

2. Danville, 4:10.09 

3. Somerset, 4:13.6 

4. Barren County, 4:17.04 

5. Newport Central Catholic, 4:20.60 

6. East Carter, 4:23.8 

Shot Put 

1. Pam Celmments, Danville, 38'5 

2. Eushieka Payne, Calloway County, 347. 5 

3. Stephanie Penny, Anderson County, 33'8.5 

4. Kim Deerfield, East Carter, 32'10 

5. Julie Magrane, Rowan County, 32'9.5 

6. Tracy Childers, Barren County, 32'9.5 

Discus 

1. Julie Magrane, Rowan County, 128'4 

2. Pam Clemments, Danville, 114'2 

3. Kim Thomas, Barren County, 99'1 

4. Becky Vinson, Lawrence County, 94'5 

5. Cindy Frost, Newport, 92'6 

6. Jackie Estes, Heath, 91'0 



Long Jump 

1. Lynn Eskridge, Fort Knox, 18'3 

2. SchoeneThomas, LaRue County, 16'10.2S 

3. Erica Muskgrow, Calloway County, 16'5.75 

4. Chrissy O'Brien, Highlands, 15'10.5 

6. Jane England, Monroe County, 15'7.25 
6. Randi Overly, Rowan County, 15'4.5 

High Jump 

1. Lauren Cammack, Harrison County, 5'6 

2. Beverly Bunton, Warren East, 5'5 

3. Michelle Stubbletield, Calloway County, 6'4 

4. Glenna Easterling, Russell, 6'1 

5. Schoene Thomas, LaRue County, 5' 

6. Chrissy O'Brien, Highlands, 4' 10 



TOTAL POINTS 



Danville 


106.00 


LaRue County 


56.00 


Calloway County 


51.00 


Fort Campbell 


47.00 


Bullitt East 


24.00 


Warren East 


18.00 


Bourbon County 


18.00 


Harrison County 


16.00 


Fort Knox 


16.00 


Fleming County 


14.00 


Rowan County 


13.00 


Barren County 


11.00 


Russell 


10.00 


Newport Central Catholic 


8.00 


East Carter 


7.00 


Webster County 


6.00 


Somerset 


6.00 


Anderson County 


6.00 


Highlands 


5.00 


Lawrence County 


4.00 


Elizabethtown 


4.00 


Whitesburg 


3.00 


Lloyd Memorial 


3.00 


Western Hills 


2.00 


Newport 


2.00 


Monroe County 


2.00 


Mercer County 


2.00 


Trigg County 


1.00 


Grant County 


1.00 



From The Commissioner's Office K](Q)71g) ® (^i@?i 



BASKETBALL OPEN DATES 

December 15, January 5, January 29, Western Hills High School is looking for 
boys' basketball games (home or away). Contact Coach Harold Miller, 

Januarl^l-8, 1988, 4th Annual Bath County High School New Year Classic, needs 
four boys' teams to complete the field. Contact Coach Roy Wright 
(606)674-6236 (school) or (606)674-2469 (home). . , , , 

January 27-30, 1988, Boone County High School needs one girls team for an 
eight (8) team tournament, contact Coach Nell Hensley (606)283-2795. 

February 19 and February 25, 1988, St. Xavier, contact Paul Young 
(502)635-5300 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88 

With the implementation of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test). For 1987-88, the schedule is as follows: 

1987-88 Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 
10/24/87 09/25/87 10/13/87 

12/12/87 11/13/87 12/01/87 

02/27/88 01/29/88 ^r^V^ll^Z 

04/16/88 03/18/88 04/0/88 

06/11/88 05/13/88 05/31/88 

IMPORTANT CHANGE IN INSURANCE COVERAGE RELATIVE TO CHEERLEADERS 

Thus far, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association has been able to 
maintain liability and catastrophic insurance coverage for cheerleaders 
through the existing policy at no additional charge to the Association or the 
schools In an effort to hold down the costs of insurance, the K.H.S.A.A. 
Board of Control recently adopted the following guidelines for limitations on 
cheerleader stunts which have been determined to be high risk -- 1) No mini 
trampolines or other height increasing apparatus allowed; 2) No fl ip dismounts 
from mounts (pyramids); 3) No knee drops; 4) No toe or thigh pitches; 5) No 
mount may be more than two people high, interpreted as follows: (a) Any person 
in a mount must have principle weight supported by a person whose principle 
weight support is the floor, (b) Additional persons used in the mount for 
support may not extend above the mount itself; 6) All maneuvers of the swan 
dive" variety are not allowed. 

Cheerleaders are subject to the general eligibility requirements of the 
Association to participate. This includes, but is not limited to, parental 
permission, enrollment and academic requirements, and a signed physician s 
statement to the effect he/she is physically fit to take severe exercise 
without undue risk. 

These stunt limitations are only recommendations , however, cheerleaders from 
schools not adhering to these guidelines will not be covered by the blanket 
insurance plan and may have to seek additional coverage elsewhere. 



The following officials have not attended a regular or make-up clinic in 
football and should not be assigned to contests until they have attended 
an approved make-up clinic. 



Adkins, Thomas 'Butch' (Lexington) 

Allen, James F. (Loyall) 

Allen, Ronald N. (Louisville) 

Anderson, Jeff (Pikeville) 

Barbour, Lonnie R. (Louisville) 

Bates, J. R. (Ermine) 

Beal , James F. (Casey Creek) 

Begley, C. W. (Hazard) 

Bell, Sr., Ronald Keith (Nicholasville) 

Bennett, Joe (Woodbine) 

Bigg, George M. (Hazard) 

Binion, James W. (Philpot) 

Bishop, Elmer (Waynesburg) 

Bogar, Joseph D. (Hardy) 

Bosse, Raymond C. (Fort Wright) 

Brandenburgh, Jr., William A. (Cincinnati) 

Gelbke, Gil (Fort Thomas) 

Brewer, Marvin (Kenvir) 

Brock, Jack (Richmond) 

Brotzge, Robert A. (Louisville) 

Brown, III, Hiram T. (Lexington) 

Bryan, Frank D. (El izabethtown) 

Bush, Steven R. (Louisville) 

Carden, Michael H. (Mayfield) 

Cato, Robert E. (London) 

Chaney, Dean A. (Pine Knot) 

Clark, David (Morehead) 

Clark, Dennis (Barbourville) 

Clark, Steve (Nicholasville) 

Clouse, Daniel (Gus) (Corbin) 

Coleman, Louis H. (Louisville) 

Conlin, Martin T. (Cary) 

Couch, Keith (Jackson) 

Crisp, Gary A. (Prestonsburg) 

Croley, Jerry Wayne (Williamsburg) 

Crowley, Boyce (Symsonia) 

Crutcher, Marion (Vine Grove) 

Davis, Larry W. (Barbourville) 

Day, David DB. (Independence) 

Dixon, Ron (Ashland) 

Donley, Gregor S. (East Point) 

Dotson, Ransom E. (Mt. Sterling) 

Douglas, Randall K. (Richmond) 

Downing, Brooks D. (Lexington) 

Easterly, Mark Charles (Mayfield) 

Easton, Brian R. (Morehead) 

Evans, Ronnie B. (Russell) 

Felty, Michael J. (Ashland) 

Ferrell, Ronnie D. (Williamson) 



Ferry, Marvin P. (Louisville) 
Fleming, Herbert W. (Jackhorn) 
Ford, John W. (Radcliff) 
Fortune, William E. (Henderson) 
Fuchs, Charles (Dayton) 
Garris, Kevin (Pikeville) 
Graf,, Jr., John C. (Louisville) 
Grandgeorge, David R. (Berea) 
Griffith, Keith (Paducah) 
Gupton, George E. (Greensburg) 
Gutterman, James D. (Louisville) 
Hackett, Jr., Wilbur L. (Louisville) 
Hall, Charles E. (Danville) 
Handy, Thomas V. (London) 
Hankins, III, William R. (Louisville] 
Harlan, Tony (Glasgow) 
Harris, Bobby G. (Fort Knox) 
Harris, Steven L. (Paducah) 
Hayden, Darryl (Henderson) 
Hendrickson, Kevin (Catlettsburg) 
Herald, Thomas A. (Florence) 
Herbstreith, Terry L (Louisville) 
Hill, William Roger (Nicholasville) 
Holl ingsworth, Ralph D. (Springfield; 
Hunt, John Michael (Prestonsburg) 
lannazzi, Domenic (Indianapolis) 
Jackson, Donald L. (Evarts) 
Janssen, Jan L. (Mayfield) 
Jones, Paul D. (Louisville) 
Jude, Lowell E. (Winchester) 
Kirk, Charles F. (Craig) 
Lambert, Gerald E. (Williamson) 
Latimer, Richard H. (Jeffersonville) 
Leland, Lonnie L. (Versailles) 
Lewis, Arthur Lee (Fort Knox) 
Lewis, Jr., Johnnie D. (Pineville) 
Liggett, Ernest J. (Middletown) 
Lillie, Wes (Louisville) 
Litton, John L. (Ashland) 
Long, Scottie J. (Henderson) 
Lopez, Bill (Louisville) 
Lynch, Lester F. (El izabethtown) 
Marr, Steve (Franklin) 
Martin, William R. (Worthington) 
Mason, Walter C. (El izabethtown) 
Mason, Wardy C. (Lexington) 
McBride, Charles B. (Florence) 
McCourt, Lowell A. (Georgetown) 
McDaniel, William N. (Frankfort) 



McFalls, Garry R. (APO) 

McGuire, Jr., Billy (Hopkinsville) 

McManaway, Greg (Wilmore) 

McMillan, George (Ironton) 

Meehan, Michael E. (Lexington) 

Meehan, Patrick M. (Louisville) 

Miller, Joseph D. (Newport) 

Moberly, Bennie (Richmond) 

Moody, David R. (Louisville) 

Morkin, Kieron M. (Lexington) 

Napier, Carl Orlee (Evarts) 

Nelligan, Michael L. (Louisville) 

Niemann, Thomas A. (Louisville) 

Obert, Will iam Joseph (Cincinnati) 

Owsley, Robert T. (Lexington) 

Parnell, Ricky (Hickman) 

Parsons, III, Paul B. (Harlan) 

Percell, Danny (Elizabethtown) 

Perry, M. E. (Bowling Green) 

Poynter, Charles J. (Granger) 

Puckett, Bryan W. (Bowling Green) 

Purcell, J. Kenneth (Murray) 

Rainey, Michael S. (Louisville) 

Rawdon, Dick (Georgetown) 

Ray, Lanny (Lancaster) 

Read, Frederick K. (St. Charles) 

Reed, Gary L. (Taylor Mill) 

Reeves, Michael (Vine Grove) 

Restuccia, Anthony J. (Louisville) 

Reynolds, Jr., Donald Lee (Will iamstown) 

Rhea, Robert W. (Harlan) 

Richard, III, P.S. (Somerset) 

Riley, Larry P. (East Bernstadt) 

Rollins, George Luke (Pinetop) 

Rowe, Boyd (Whitley City) 

Ruebusch, Mike (Taylor Mill) 

Russell, Phillip Ray (Corbin) 

Sandefur, Joseph R. (Florence) 

Sanford, Ronnie (Louisville) 

Saragas, Takis (Harlan) 

Seargent, Charles R. (Louisville) 

Shepherd, James Michael (Cumberland) 

Slayton, Joe (Hazel Crest) 

Smith, Chris (Pikeville) 

Smith, John D. (Louisville) 

Snively, Jr., Allen (Chip) (Louisville) 

Soublo, Danny (Coalgood) 

Spurling, SFC James (APO) 

Staggs, Robert E. (Pikeville) 

Steele, Herman E. (Corbin) 

Stein, Matt (Louisville) 

Stevens, Ralph L. (Princeton) 



Stuber, Charles (London) 
Swinford, John (Cynthiana) 
Sykes, James E. (Huntington) 
Tackett, James F. (Jenkins) 
Tate, Ken (Lexington) 
Taylor, Tony J. (Topmost) 
Trawinski, Allan (Fort Campbell) 
Turner, Gilbert V. (Walton) 
Turner, Ronald Lee (Louisville) 
Vest, Ben (Danville) 
Wallace, Andre T. (Lexington) 
Welton, Donald L. (APO San Francisco) 
Wilkerson, Ronald (Shepherdsville) 
Williams, Jr., Buford W. (Jackson) 
Wiseman, Kenneth A. (Louisville) 
Woods, Michael G. (Louisville) 



The following coaches have not attended a 
regular or make-up clinic in football, and 
will not be able to coach in K.H.S.A.A. 
post-season competition until attending an 
approved make-up clinic. 

Adair County (John Peck) 

Allen County-Scottsville (Charles Smith) 

Bell County (Dudley Hilton) 

Boyle County (Ed Rail) 

Bullitt East (Mike Egan) 

Estill County (Hoover Niece) 

Greenup County (Danny Mercer) 

LaRue County (John Sullivan) 

Lafayette (Tom Fee) 

Lawrence County (Bill Goldsmith) 

M. M. I. (Bart Rigg) 

Murray (Jack Cain) 

Owen County (David Pollitte) 

Paintsville (Walter Brugh) 

Paris (Roger Gruniesen) 

Paul Blazer (Vic Marsh) 

Prestonsburg (Charles Williams) 

Sheldon Clark (Jim Matney) 

South Hopkins (Jay Cobb) 

Tates Creek (Roy Walton) 

Trinity (Dennis Lampley) 

Wayne County (George Hatcher) 

Woodford County (Dan Cassity) 



First 


First 


Num. 


State 


Practice 


Contest 


Games 


Finals 






Allowed 


(Tentative) 


July 20 


Aug. 24 


6-20 


Nov. 7 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 7 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 31 


Aug. 1 


Aug. 21 


11 


Nov. 27-28 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 20 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Feb. 26/27 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 30 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 1/2 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 2/4 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 4 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1987-88 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored events, 
along with the first day of practice. 

Sport 



Soccer 

Cross Country 

Volleyball 

Football 

Wrestl ing 

Swimming 

Basketball 

non football 

football 
Track 
Softball 
Golf 
Tennis 
Baseball 

These dates are as printed on the 1987-88 Memorandum Calendar, with the 
exception of the state wrestling meet which was changed by a decision of the 
Board of Control at its July, 1987 meeting. 

SANCTIONS FOR CONTESTS INVOLVING OUT OF STATE TEAMS 

Many questions arise when a member school attempts to schedule a game against 
a team from another state. Remember that the contest must go through the 
proper administrative channels to be considered a legal contest. The 
following can serve as a simple guide to athletic directors and principals -- 

If a game involves only one Kentucky school and one out of state school, 
and the other state adjoins Kentucky, no state Association or National 
Federation sanction is necessary; 

If a meet or tournament involves one or more teams from outside the host 
state, and the invited teams are from adjoining state(s). National 
Federation sanction is not necessary. However the event must be 
sanctioned by the state Associations involved. It is the responsibility 
of the principal of the host school to initiate the sanction procedure; 

In all other cases, both state Association and National Federation 
sanction is required. If you are the host school, contact the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association to obtain the sanction forms and begin 
the sanction process. The sanction process must be completed thirty (30) 
days prior to the event. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



PAGE SEVEN 



FORT KNOX HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 30, 1987 




Front Row (L to R): Daniel Green, Joey Randall, Eddie Thompson, Stats. -Gwen Hill, Mark Tuthili, John Matt. Second Row: Larry 
Benz-Trainer. Mike McCoy-Coach, Myles Hendricks, Oarrell Harris, Leon Larry, Anthony Smith, Rod Massey, Dave 
Shufelt-Coach. 

Triple Jump 

1. Anthony Smtih, Fort Knox, 47' 

2. Darren Harris, Fort Knox, 44'8.5 

3. Richard Fields, Harrison County, 43'7.75 

4. Jamie Jones, Heath, 43'6.5 

5. Kenny Huddelston, Russell, 4r7.5 

6. Hugh Johnson, West Carter, 4r2.5 

Long Jump 

1. Fred Jones, Calloway County, 2 V8.5 

2. Richard Fields, Harrison County, 21'4 

3. Eric Martin. Warren East, 21'3.7S 

4. Kenny Sinkhorn, East Hardin, 20't1.5 

5. Drew Muntz, Harrison County, 20'8.75 

6. Hugh Johnson, West Carter, 20'3.7S 

High Jump 

1. Drew Munt2, Harrison County, 6'6 

2. Anthony Smith, Fort Knox, 6'5 

3. Ray Porter, West Carter, 6'3 

4. Darren Harris, Fort Knox, 6'2 
4. Tom Noe, Highlands, 6'2 
6. Tony Wemfurther, Russell, 6' 



110m High Hurdles 

1. Roddre' Massey, Fort Knox, 14.87 

2. Jerry Moss, Fort Campbell, 14.97 

3. Terry Moss, Fort Campbell, 15.12 

4. Joey David, Russell, 15.75 

5. Wes Davis, Russell, 15.84 

6. Steve Battershell, Newport Central Catho 

16.09 

100m Dash 

1. Gregg Bridges, Trigg County, 11.24 

2. Troy McCowan, Danville, 1 1.38 

3. Anthony Higgins, Harrison County, 1 1.39 

4. Kelly Maxey, Monroe County, 11.63 

5. Wes Davis, Russell, 11.66 

6. Chris Smith, West Carter, 11.68 

1600m Run 

1. Himmy Herald, Warren East, 4:18.2 

2. Jeff Moll, Lexington Catholic, 4:19.3 

3. Mike Hunter, Highlands, 4:29.8 

4. Ed Whilhite, Danville, 4:31.2 



6. Mark Tho 



, Fie 



ling County, 4:34.9 



400m Relay 

1. Fort Campbell, 43.87 

2. Mayfield, 44.29 

3. Danville, 44.57 

4. Fort Knox, 44.58 

5. Russell, 45.28 

6. Mason County, 45.32 

400m Dash 

1. Larry Jackson, Mayfield, 48.95 

2. Joe Randall, Fort Knox, 50.26 

3. Maurice Tillie, Fort Campbell, 50.99 

4. Richard Fields, Harrison County, 51.25 

5. Jeffrey Jackson, Harrison County, 51.8 

6. Chris Smtih, West Carter, 52.0 

300m Low Hurdles 

1. Roddre' Massey, Fort Knox, 37.54 

2. Joey David, Russell, 38.47 

3. Scott Rothmann, Fort Campbell, 41,14 

4. Henry Bowling, McLean County, 41.75 

5. Corey Wright, Mason County, 41.8 

6. Steve Battershell, Newport Central Catho 

42.0 



800m Run 




1. Larry Jackson, Mayfield, ' 


1:56.3 


2. Mike Hunter, Highlands, 


1:58.6 



3. Maurice Tillie, Fort Campbell, 1:58.7 

4. T.J. Churchill, Elizabethtown. 2:02.5 

5. Terry Bishop, Green County, 2:03.3 

6. Brent Cooper, Rowan County, 2:05.6 

200m Dash 

1. Gregg Bridges, Trigg County, 22.69 

2. Anthony Higgins, Harrison County, 23.14 

3. Neal Brawner, East Hardin, 23.28 

4. Kelly Maxey, Monroe County, 23.55 

5. Juan Davis, Mason County, 23.6 

6. Shane Gasser. Harrison County, 23.61 

3200m Run 

1. Jimmy Herald, Warren East, 9:35.8 

2. Eric Ezell, Trigg County, 9:57.5 

3. Jeremy Egelston, Rowan County, 10:05.7 

4. Ed Wilhite, Danville, 10:09.0 

5. Shawn Pawsatt, Highlands, 10:26.9 

6. Patrick Hayden, West Hardin, 10:28.8 

1600m Relay 

1. Fort Knox, 3:24.98 

2. Danville, 3:29.23 

3. Harrison County, 3:30.83 

4. Fort Campbell, 3:30.93 

5. Russell, 3:30.94 

6. Highlands, 3:34.97 

Shot Put 

1. Greg Armstrong, Heath, 49'2 

2. Mike Potter, Knott County, 47'5.5 

3. Robbie Phillips, Boyle County, 45'1.5 

4. Leon Larry, Fort Knox, 44'8 

5. John Terhune, Lexington Catholic, 44'3.5 

6. David Hoffman, Highlands, 44'2 

Discus 

1. Dave Johnson, Barren County, 166'9 

2. Joey McArry, Bourbon County, 143'11 

3. Charles Adaway, Fort Campbell, 138'5 

4. John Terhune, Lexington Catholic, 135'7 
S.Tom Bauer, Danville, 130'1 

6. Billy Rosenburg, Rowan County, 124'6 

Pole Vault 

1. Rob Pinkston, Highlands, 13'6 

2. Mark Henderson, Calloway County, 13' 

3. Russell Schweighar, Anderson County, 12'6 

4. Nathan Brown, Russell, 11'6 

5. Brad Maynard, Barren County, 11'6 

6. Sherman Holliday, Knott County, 10'6 



TOTAL POINTS 

Fort Knox 75.00 

Harrison County 53.00 

Fort Campbell 52.00 

Highlands 32.00 

Danville 32.00 

Trigg County 28.00 

Mayfield 28.00 

Russell 27.00 

Warren East 26.00 

Calloway County 18.00 

Lexington Catholic 14.00 

Heath 14.00 

Barren County . 12.00 

Rowan County ■ 10.00 

East Hardin 10.00 

West Carter 10.00 

Knott County 9.00 

Monroe County 8.00 

Bourbon County 8.00 

Anderson County 6.00 

Boyle County 6.00 

Mason County 5.00 

McLean County 4.00 

Elizabethtown 4.00 

Green County 2.00 

Newport Central Catholic 2.00 

Fleming County 1.00 

West Hardin 1.00 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



BRYAN STATION HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA GIRLS 
Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 30, 1987 




^'1 



"eil*™^3»r/*l- a^^'^ssai 



Front Row (L to R): Erica Gill, Denise Williams, Marsha Jackson, Roanetta Byrd 
Kitzpatrick, Riba Woodall-Coach, Riobbin Washington. Third Row: Jacenita Webb, 
Michelle Brown. 
100m Low Hurdles 

1. Celia Tyson, Oldham County, 14.91 

2. Stacey Henry, Paul Blazer, 14.96 

3. Sheuna Papr, Seneca, 15.98 

4. Stephanie Cordell, Pulaski County, 15.51 

5. Missy Adams, Scott, 15.74 

6. Chris Schimmoeller, Woodford County, 15.84 



4. Stephanie Ci 

5. Chris Schimi 

6. Juanita Willii 

800m Run 



ell, Pulaski County, 47.37 
;ller, Woodford County, 47.41 
, Waggener, 47.45 



100m Dash 

1. Soma Wharton, Moore, 12.31 

2. Bobby Jefferson, Paducah Tilghman, 12.34 

3. Lisa Brown, Central, 12.54 

4. Alicon Barney, Henry Clay, 12.81 

5. Celia Tyson, Oldham County, 12.82 

6. Robin Washington, Bryan Station, 12.88 

800m Relay 

1. Bryan Station, 1:42.47 

2. Moore, 1:44.08 

3. Central, 1:45.15 

4. Paducah Tilghman, 1:46.09 

5. Franklin County, 1:46.29 

6. Union County, 1:48.90 

1600m Run 

1. Wendy Frazier, Henry Clay, 5:03 

2. Jill Nicherson, Boone County, 5:13.6 

3. Cybil O'Nan, Oldham County, 5:16.4 

4. Melanie Trimble, Boyd County, 5:20.7 

5. Melissa Amarill, Lafayette, 5:26.2 

6. Sonya McKinney, Bullitt Central, 5:35.4 

400m Relay 

1. Bryan Station. 48.92 

2. Moore, 49.65 

3. Paducah Tilghman, 49.83 

4. Shawnee, 50.17 

5. Franklin County, 50.52 

6. Conner, 51.35 

400m Dash 

1. Alicon Barney, Henry Clay, 56.89 

2. Angie Rohrscheih, Daviess County, 58.59 

3. Tashia Withers, Valley, 58.61 

4. Robin Washington, Bryan Station, 58.63 

5. Sheri Whitlock, Butler, 58.79 

6. Jackie Barrow, Paul Blazer, 1 :00.43 

300m Hurdles 

1. Ceha Tyson, Oldham County, 43.77 

2. Shelinda Parr, Seneca, 45.46 

3. Tonia Ward, Paducah Tilghman, 46,9 



1. Jill Nickerson, Boone County, 2:22.2 

2. Krista Roberts, Boyd County, 2:23.2 

3. Sonya McKinney, Bullitt Central, 2:25.8 

4. Kim Andres, Southern, 2:26.1 

5. Carol Shade, Henderson County, 2:27.7 

6. Denise Crum, Jessamine County, 2:27.8 



Second Row: Janice Jackson, Renee 
Phaedra Washington, Sherry Jackson, 

Long Jump 

1. Roanette Byrd, Bryan Station, 18'2.5 

2. Tammi Henson, Clay County, 17'0 

3. Susan Sargeant, Eastern, 16'10.5 

4. Sharonda O'Bannon, Male, 16'8.75 

5. Missy Carolin, Montgomery County, 16'5.S 

6. Loretta Anderson, Bowling Green, 16'4,5 



200m Dash 

1. Soma Wharti 

2. Bobby Jeffe 



, Mo 



25.18 
Paducah Tilghman, 25 

3. Lisa Brown, Central, 25.65 

4. Ahcon Barney, Henry Clay, 25,69 

5. Celia Tyson, Oldham County, 26.03 

6. Felicia Upton, Pulaski County, 26.67 

3200m Run 

1. Wendy Frazier, Henry Clay, 11:06.35 

2. Melissa Amaral, Lafayette, 11:49.02 

3. MelanieTrimble. Boyd County, 11:54.88 

4. Paula Kelley, Boyd County, 11:57.86 

5. Cindy Walker. Warren Central, 12:08.79 

6. Chris Donofrio. Eastern, 12:39.3 

1600m Relay 

1. Seneca, 4:01.5 

2. Eastern, 4:05.9 

3. Henderson County, 4:08.3 

4. Daviess County, 4:12.3 

5. Boone County, 4:13.6 

6. Pulaski County, 4:17.3 

Shot Put 

1. Phaedra Washington, Bryan Station, 40': 

2. Lori Rakes, Boyd County, 37' 

3. Erika Gill, Bryan Station, 34'5.5 
■. Tabibth Pruitt 



5. April Suggs, Hi 



■d,Ov 



nson Central, 34'3 
n County, 34" 



sboro, 34'.5 



i Wash 



, Bryan Station, 118' 
issa Pace, Paducah Tilghman, 1 16'11 
imie Henson, Clay County, 1 1 1'O 
et McKechnie, Henderson County, 10 
Rakes, Boyd County, 99'7 



; Wils 



illard. 



High Jump 






1. Lisa Morrison, Boone Co 


jnty, 5'6 




2. Megan Young, Montgome 


ryCoun 


ty, 5'4 


3. Michelle Jackson, Jeffer 


sontown 


, 5'4 


4. Alicon Barney, Henry Cla 


y, 5'3 




5. Debbie Asher, Laurel Co 


nty, 5'2 




6. Susan Sargeant, Eastern, 


5' 




TOTAL POINTS 




Bryan Station 




61.00 


Henry Clay 




42.00 


Paducah Tilghman 




40.00 


Moore 




36.00 


Boyd County 




32.00 


Oldham County 




30.00 


Boone County 




30.00 


Seneca 




24.00 


Central 




18.00 


Eastern 




16.00 


Henderson County 




14.00 


Clay County 




14.00 


Daviess County 




12.00 


Lafayette 




10.00 


Pulaski County 




10.00 


Montgomery County 




10.00 


Paul Blazer 




9.00 


Bullitt Central 




7.00 


Valley 




6.00 


Jeffersontown 




6.00 


Southern 




4.00 


Shawnee 




4.00 


Male 




4.00 


Johnson Central 




4.00 


Franklin County 




4.00 


Woodford County 




3.00 


Butler 




2.00 


Laurel County 




2.00 


Scott 




2.00 


Warren Central 




2.00 


Ballard 




1.00 


Union County 




1.00 


Jessamine County 




1.00 


Waggener 




1.00 


Owensboro 




1.00 


Bowling Green 




1.00 


Conner 




1.00 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



PAGE NINE 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 30, 1987 




Front Row (L to R): Burton Gregory, Marcus White, Jemo Mayes, Billy Swanson, Neal Clark, Michael Shea Jones, David 0. Jones, 
James Thomas Johnson, Jr. Second Row: Lyman Brown-Coach, Junior Palmer, Larry Allen, Michael Randall Wyatt, Kurt 
Johnson, Anton Thomas, Diamond Tyler, Steve Johnson, Carl Trella, Angle Schuller. 

110m High Hurdles 

1. Larry August, Lafayette, 15.08 

2. David Jones, Paducah Tilghman, 15.19 

3. Stephan Kirby, Iroquois, 15.25 

4. Greg Bright, Daviess County, 15.32 
S.Joe Myers, Holy Cross (Louisville), 15. 6f 
6. Matt Enzweiller, Campbell County, 15.81 



100m Dash 

1. Randy Wyatt, Paducah Tilghman, 10.75 

2. Scott Terry, Henderson County, 10.83 

3. Victor Johnson, Lafayette, 10.92 

4. Aaron Payne, Holy Cross (Louisville), 10.92 

5. Chris Prewitt, Lafayette, 1 1.08 

6. Cameron Hawkins, Seneca, 11.11 

1600m Run 

1. Paul Hamilton, Jessamine County, 4:16.64 

2. Don Kelley, Franklin County, 4:18.61 

3. Carl Dillard, Christian County, 4:25.43 

4. Neal Clark, Paducah Tilghman, 4:26.98 

5. Mike Esterle, Trinity (Louisville), 4:27.02 

6. Scott Geiske, Covington Catholic, 4:31.24 

400m Relay 

1. North Hardin, 42.70 

2. Henderson County, 42.84 

3. Male, 43.16 

4. Eastern, 43.52 

5. Bryan Station, 43.93 

6. Boone County, 44.04 

400m Dash 

1. Randy Wyatt, Paducah Tilghman, 48.21 
, Bryan Station, 48.64 



3. Larry Kmnard, Ir 



5. Ceph Shonte 

6. Tony Taylor, I 



,48.79 
lam County, 50.06 
stern, 50.16 
3 County, 50.7 



300m Hurdles 

1. Lee Willingham, Owensboro, 37.79 

2. Chris Prewitt, Lafayette, 38.3 

3. Eric Spratley, Western, 38.8 

4. George Hodge, North Bullitt, 39.08 

5. Stephan Kirby, Iroquois, 39.11 

6. Martez Marshall, Holmes, 40.25 

800m Run 

1. Carl Dillard, Christ 



1 County, 1:55.52 



1. ijdi I uiiidiu, ^.^ririsiian i.^ouni 

2. Lee Alvey, Warren Central, 1 :55.99 

3. John Rhodus, Bryan Statior 



4. Troy 

5. Paul H 



:S8.82 
:59.70 



». . >. o..., ,,„,,, Jessamine County, 2:00.20 

6. Nathan Boyd, Boyd County, 2:00.6 

200m Dash 

1. Randy Wyatt, Paducah Tilghman, 21.82 



2. Scott Terry, Henderson County, 22.13 

3. Victor Johnson, Lafayette, 22.15 

4. Aaron Payne, Holy Cross (Louisville), 22.22 

5. Cameron Hawkins, Seneca. 22.40 

6. Larry May, Montgomery County, 23.96 

3200m Run 

1. Jeff Plank, Conner, 9:38.6 

2. Paul Hamilton, Jessamine County, 9:41.9 

3. Jemo Mayes, Paducah Tilghman, 9:56.8 

4. Paul Lonneman, Covington Catholic, 10:02. !l 

5. Neal Clark, Paducah Tilghman, 10:07.7 

6. Quinton Marks, Bryan Station. 10:19.4 

1600m Relay 

1. Eastern, 3:21.48 

2. Henderson County, 3:23.78 

3. Iroquois, 3:23.99 

4. Bryan Station, 3:26.12 

5. Lafayette, 3:27.1 

6. Boone County, 3:28.9 

Shot Put 

1. Ernest Thompson, Laurel County, 56'3.5 

2. Mike Jones, Paducah Tilghman, 56'1.5 

3. Billy Swanson, Paducah Tilghman, 54'5.5 

4. Jeff Hall, George Rogers Clark, 50'4 

5. Chuck Bradley, Fern Creek, 47' 1 1.5 

6. Tim Keller, Covington Catholic, 47'9.5 

Discus 

1. ErnestThompson, Laurel County, 160' 

2. Steve Leonard, Daviess County, 153'4 

3. Eric McCnckard, Lafayette, 151'5 

4. Larry Gilnett, Oldham County, 147'9 

5. William Doyle, DuPont Manual, 142'1 

6. Chris Henry, Doss, 138'9.5 

Pole Vault 

1. Dean McCoy, Covington Catholic, 12'6 

2. Adam Smith, Daviess County, 12'6 

3. Matt Morgan, Oldham County. 12' 

4. Steve Gravette, St. Xavier, 12' 

5. BartPatenaude, Trinity (Louisville), 11' 

6. Tony Weber, St. Xavier, 11' 

Triple Jump 

1. Sterling Ward, Bryan Station, 48'10.5 

2. Kurt Johnson, Paducah Tilghman, 48'6.75 

3. Larry Kinnaird, Iroquois, 47'2.25 

4. Dee Smith, Madison Central, 44'1.5 

5. David King, Johnson Central, 42'7.75 

6. John Franklin, Covington Catholic, 41'7 

Long Jump 

1. Xavier Gregory, Knox Central, 23'2.25 

2. Desmond Porter, Pleasure Ridge Park, 22'1.75 



3. Ron Railey, Marion County, 22'1.5 

4. Larry Kinnaird, Iroquois, 21'8 

5. Phillip Hodge, Madisonville, 21'5.5 

6. Sterling Ward, Bryan Station, 21'4.25 

High Jump 

1. Paul Ray, Christian County, 6'10.5 

2. Chris Roberts, Woodford County, 6'6 

3. Brad Noe, Waggener, 6'6 

4. Bill Ralenkotter, Scott, 6'5 

5. Bob Gross, Paducah Tilghman, 6'2 

6. Charles Hughes, Holmes. 6' 



TOTAL POINTS 




Paducah Tilghman 


74.00 


Lafayette 


40.00 


Bryan Station 


32.00 


Henderson County 


32.00 


Iroquois 


30.00 


Christian County 


26.00 


Daviess County 


20.00 


Jessamine County 


20.00 


Laurel County 


20.00 


Covington Catholic 


17.00 


Eastern 


16.00 


Oldham County 


14.00 


Knox Central 


10.00 


North Hardin 


10.00 


Conner 


10.00 


Owensboro 


10.00 


Holy Cross (Louisville) 


10.00 


Warren Central 


8.00 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


8.00 


Woodford County 


8.00 


Franklin County 


8.00 


Western 


6.00 


Waggener 


6.00 


Marion County 


6.00 


Male 


6.00 


St. Xavier 


5.00 


Trinity (Louisville) 


4.00 


North Bullitt 


4.00 


Scott 


4.00 


George Rogers Clark 


4.00 


Madison Central 


4.00 


Simon Kenton 


4.00 


Seneca 


3.00 


Boone County 


3.00 


DuPont Manual 


2.00 


Holmes 


2.00 


Madisonville 


2.00 


Fern Creek 


2.00 


Johnson Central 


2.00 


Boyd County 


1.00 


Campbell County 


1.00 



Montgomery County 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



^ELEA^ 



Educational Benefits Of Activities Stressed 
During National High School Activities Week 




Merlin Olsen and his mother, Mrs. Merle Olsen, will join the National Federation of State High School Associations 
in its effort to promote the educational benefits of high school activity programs during the October 18-25 
celebration of National High School Activities Week. 

The Olsens will serve as honorary co-chairpersons of Activities Week, which was started in 1980. In 1983, the 
United States Senate and House of Representatives passed a joint resolution to establish the third week in October 
as Activities Week, and President Reagan later signed the resolution into public law. 

Since the beginning of Activities Week eight years ago, more and more documentation supports what educators 
have known for a long time: Activity programs are not merely a diversion but rather an extension of a good 
educational program. 

Many case studies indicate that students who participate in activity programs, which include athletics as well as 
non-athletic activities such as speech, music, debate and drama, tend to have higher grade-point averages, better 
attendance records, lower dropout rates and fewer discipline problems than students generally. 

In addition to supporting the academic mission of schools, activities are inherently educational and foster 
success in later life. 

A recent survey of top-level executives at Fortune 500 companies indicates that activity programs paved the way 
for successful professional careers. The survey, published in USA Today, revealed that 95 percent of the executives 
participated in high school sports, 54 percent in student government, 43 percent in the National Honor Society, 37 
percent in music, 35 percent in scouting and 18 percent in journalism. 

The high school experience shared by the Olsens epitomizes the ideals that Activities Week promotes--the 
student's participation in many different activity programs and steadfast encouragement by the parents. 

During his days at Logan High School in Utah, Merlin participated in five sports--football, basketball, swimming, 
track and rifle. He also sang with the school's choral group, was on the debate team and served as a student body 
officer, and received honors for academics, citizenship and athletics. 

Mrs. Olsen and her late husband, Lynn, raised five daughters and four sons, and they encouraged all their children 
to participate in activity programs. Not only did all four sons play high school football, three (Merlin, Phil and Orrin) 
played professionally. 

Five special days will be set aside during Activities Week to draw attention to individuals and programs. 

National Officials Day on October 1 9 will recognize the approximately 500,000 individuals who officiate and judge 
high school athletic contests every year, and National Coaches Day on October 23 will salute another one-half 
million persons whose lives are devoted to coaching and teaching high school students. 

Other special days are National Speech and Music Day on October 20, National Chemical Health Awareness Day 
on October 21 and National Fund Raising Day on October 24. 



NATIONAL 

HIGH SCHOOL 

ACTIVITIES WEEK 




October 18-25, 
1987 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



PAGE ELEVEN 



1986-87 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 




BOYS SINGLES CHAMPION 

Andy Schrecker 

Male 




BOYS DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 

Marcello Rebolledo - NIrav Patel 

Owensboro Catholic 




% 

GIRLS SINGLES CHAMPION 

Wendy Anderson 

Henry Clay 




GIRLS DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 

Julie Abel - Julie Gering 

Sacred Heart 



GIRLS STATE CHAMPION 
Sacred Heart Academy 




Front Row (L to R): Julie Gering, Julie Abell Second Row Sister Sara Oelong, Anne Sutherland, Kristin Klebba, Jenny Lopez, 
Cackie Fenwick. , 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1987 



O 



1987 SOCCER ALIGNMENT 



REGION 1 

Manager: Roy Woolum, A.D., University Heights Academy, 

1300 Academy Dr., Box 1070, Hopkinsville, Ky. 42240 

(502-886-0254) 

Caldwell Co., Ft. Campbell, Madisonvllle-N. Hopkins, Murray, 

St. Mary, University Heights, Paducah Tilghman, Marshall 

Co., Calloway Co., Heath, Reidland, Lone Oak 

REGION 2 

Manager: Jack Hicks, A.D., Owensboro High School, 1800 

Frederica St.. Owensboro, Ky. 42301 (502-686-1084) 

Apollo, Daviess Co., Henderson Co., Owensboro, Owensboro 

Catholic 

REGION 3 

Manager: Kenny Tabb, AD,, East Hardin High School, 129 

College St , Glendale. Ky 42740 (502-369-7370) 

Ft. Knox, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, North Hardin, West 

Hardin. Bowling Green. Warren Central, St. Romuald 

REGION 4 

Manager: Jim Swart, A.D., Eastern High School, 12400 Old 

Shelbyville Rd., Louisville, Ky. 40243 (502-454-8243) 

Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, 

Oldham Co . Trinity. Waggener 

REGION 5 

Manager: Jay Phillips, AD., Atherton High School, 3000 

Dundee Rd., Louisville, Ky 40205 (502-454-9732) 

Atherton. Christian Academy, Seneca, Shelby Co., St. Francis, 

St Xavier. Walden. Louisville Collegiate 

REGION 6 

Manager: Jay Levine, AD,, Male High School, 91 1 S. Brook 

St.. Louisville. Ky 40203 (502-454-8292) 

Central. duPont Manual. Fern Creek, Male, Moore, Southern, 

Fairdale 



REGION 7 

Manager: Mike McDaniel, A.D., Iroquois High School, 4615 
Taylor Blvd., Louisville, Ky. 40215 (502-454-8639) 
DeSales, Doss, Holy Cross, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Southwest Christian, Ninth & O 
REGION 8 

Manager: J.T. Mulligan, A.D., Lloyd Memorial High School, 
450 Bartlett, Ave., Erlanger, Ky. 41018 (606-727-1555) 
Boone Co., Conner, Brossart, Dixie Heights, Lloyd Memorial, 
Simon-Kenton, St. Henry, Newport Central Catholic 
REGION 9 

Manager: Jack Kaelin, A.D., Covington Catholic High School, 
1600 Dixie Hwy. Covington, Ky. 41011 (606-431-5351) 
Campbell Co., Covington Latin, Covington Catholic, High- 
lands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Pendleton Co., Scott, Harrison Co. 
REGION 10 

Manager: Harry Dinsmore, A.D., George Rogers Clark High 
School, 620 Boone Ave., Winchester, Ky. 40391 (606-744- 
6111) 

Boyd Co., George Rogers Clark, Menifee Co., Montgomery 
Co., Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer, Rowan Co. 
REGION 11 

Manager: Rick Phillips, A.D., Tates Creek High School, 
Centre Pwky., Lexington, Ky. 40502 (606-272-1513) 
Frankfort, Franklin Co., Lafayette, Madison Central, M.M.I., 
Sayre, Scott Co., Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford Co.. 
Pans 

REGION 12 

Manager: Steve Parker, A.D., Bryan Station High School, 1 866 
Edgeworth Dr., Lexington, Ky. 40505 (606-299-9212) 
Berea, Boyle Co., Bryan Station, Danville, Garrard Co., Henry 
Clay, Jessamine Co , Lexington Catholic. Somerset, St. 
Camillus 



A Friend In Deeds Continued Itom Page Three 



the eight teams in the finals. They also provided approximately 700 box lunches to the same group on game day. Some of the 
members appeared on a number of sports talk shows promoting attendance for this event. 

A completely manned and stocked hospitality room was Crovided for all the superintendents, principals, coaches, athletic 
directors and news media for both days of the championship's* The Hickman -Camp room in Freedom Hall adjacent to the football 
field was provided free of charge by the Unviersity of Louisville. 

Financial and promotional support were also given to the State Swimming Championships and the State Wrestling 
Championships that were hosted in Louisville in 1985. 

The organization built on its success in 1986 by again promoting the State Football Championships and the State Wrestling 
Championships held in Louisville 

In addition to that done in the previous year for the Football Championships, a $1,000. 00 scholarship donated by Coca-Cola was 
given to one player of each of the eight teams playing in the four championship games. An awards banquet was attended by 450 
people to give proper honor to the recipients of the scholarships. 

A civic or sports leader presented each student athlete his plaque and scholarship letter. An enlarged photograph taken at the 
banquet of each student receiving his award was framed, matted and later presented to each student 

The hospitality suite for the State Wrestling Championship was sponsored by the Friends A professional photographer was 
hired to make photos of the two finalists prior to the referee raising the hand of the winner. These photographs were also enlarged, 
matted and framed and later presented to each of the finalists of the 1 2 weight classes, 24 total. 

After finding out that Senior's Commencement Day for both Christian County and Hopkinsville would be over before the pictures 
could be delivered by regular shipment, two members of the Friends' organization left at 5:00 am. the next morning and drove to 
those two schools to hand deliver the pictures. They arrived at the gym at Hopkinsville just as the commencement was concluded 
However Principal Wood quickly reconvened the assembly and made the presentation to Roger Holloway and John Poindexter, 
as the student body gave a standing ovation. 

With the support of Mayor Jerry Abramson and many corporate citizens, the Friends of Kentucky High School Athletics was 
successful in bidding for the Sweet 16 to be held in Louisville in 1988 Although this is a tremendous responsibility for their 
organization, the Friends are committed to continue their support of the other championships played in Louisville. They have 
already received the financial commitment for the football players' scholarships for next years football championships and plan to 
have these events to be even more successful in the coming years. 




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Student Shares Experience With Treatment, Peer Pressure 

Editor's Note: Following is a real-life experience of a liigli scliool student ttiat was sl^ared with 
TARGET. It is ttie policy of TARGET to withold ttie names of students involved in treatment programs. 

I am here to talk about alcoholism treatment and the peer pressure that goes with it, because I was through all of It. I was there In 
the middle of it. 

When I first started dealing with peer pressure, which sent me Into my drug use, I was in elementary school. I was the one person 
who the whole school decided to single out and picl< on. I was the one who everyone made fun of. I couldn't play sports. I came to 
school with a real low self-worth, and then when it came time to play kickball, and kids were picking sides, I was always the last 
person picked. Not only was I the last picked, but they would throw me back and forth between the teams, "No, I don't want him, you 
take him." No, you take him." By the time I would get up to play, I was feeling so low, I was believing what they said. Of course I 
tripped, of course I got out. I was following through with peer expectations — just doing what they said I would do. 

I discovered there was one way I could get accepted by these people. That was. If I started mouthing off, if I started causing 
problems. I became the tough guy, I became the bully. All of a sudden, people weren't picking on me anymore. They were 
respecting me, and that was what I wanted. I got into a group of people who were doing the same thing. This same group went on to 
junior high, we started into drug use. It was done for the same reasons, the "tough guy" image. I wanted to be accepted. I have 
finally found this group of friends after looking for them for so long. I finally had people looking up to me. I didn't want to lose it, so I 
went right down the tubes with them, because I wanted their acceptance. 

When I started to see how much I wanted their acceptance and where it was leading me, I knew that I wanted help, t asked for 
help out loud and some people took me to treatment. When I was there, I kept saying, "I don't need anyone." And, I really thought I 
don't need anyone here; I don't need anyone, I thought I could take care of myself. 

Two weeks back in school, though, I was doing the opposite. I wanted everyone, I wanted friends more than anything else and I 
began to do everything again to have friends. I saw that. I got transferred to another place and there I decided that maybe I needed 
some friends, maybe I need to talk with some people. I began to talk to others. Their love started to come through and I began 
thinking that maybe I was worth more. One guy told me that I was a worthwhile person and that he cared about me. That was the first 
time that I had ever really felt that way. I started saying, "Maybe I do want to shape up." 

When I came out of treatment, I knew that I couldn't stick around my old friends who are still using because I would fall Into the 
same downward spiral I decided that it was O.K. to be alone. I was going to have to be alone if I wanted to stay straight. And, that is 
exactly what I said. "If I'm straight, I'm alone. It's just something I have to take. I'd rather be alone and alive than dead and drunk." 

I began to stand up to other people. When someone was getting picked on like I used to get picked on. I would say, "Hey! Mellow 
out' Just leave him alone." I expected to be rejected even more. 

What I found was that people started to look up to me for it. Slowly, I started finding the quiet people. The people who, on 
Mondays, weren't talking about the party on Friday. I found out that they weren't goody two-shoes, they were |ust quieter people. I 
began to fall in with them. 

During this time, I had some friends in school who I didn't receive a lot of support from for staying straight. I had to find my support 
from outside of school from support groups and stuff. It made school real hard to get through. I didn't like going to school. I wasn't 
picked on anymore, bull just didn't like being there. It was kind of a pain. That was about a year and a half after I had been sober. I 
have been sober for three years. 

About a year and a half ago, Hazelden-Cork came into our school. They started telling people that It was O.K. to be straight. And 
these straight people who had always been quiet on Monday started to stand up and say, "We're not better than you guys who are 
drinking, but we're now just as good It's O.K. for us to admit we weren't at the party Friday. We weren't drinking and we feel good 
about It. All of a sudden, a lot of people started following — both people who had been drinkers and people who were straight. I had 
a real close friend who had been drinking heavily. Within the last six weeks, due to Cork's involvement and some of the things we 
were doing around the school, he started hanging out around me and some other people. Now, he's straight. He's been straight the 
whole football season and longer. He's had plenty of opportunities not to be. He's straight because the people around him are 
straight. He wants to be in the "in" crowd, and the "In" crowd is now straight. 

This whole change has happened in our school and It hasjust been real wild. All of a sudden, the people who were picking on me 
in elementary school, the people who had made me an outcast, were now saying I was O.K. I was voted student council president 
and classpresidentthislastyear. They have said, "Hey, we look up to you." Everyone is beg inning to look up to the straight people. 

There are always some people who are going to choose to drink. That's the kind of person I was. If TARGET would have been 
there, though, with something like an Operation Charlie, teaching self-worth in the elementary school, I believe I would have 
chosen not to drink. I was sitting in my chair before the meeting and I started crying when I realized how important this was to me 
and other people in my school. I'm one person talking to you. You can write to anyone in my whole school and ask them what kind 
of impact It has had. In some of the Cork workshops we will say, "Do you feel support for staying straight?" Then we all stand. 
There's five. You Agree and One, You Disagree. You go along the wall and you all stand on where you feel. Almost everyone, at 
first, IS at disagree; now you will see almost everyone at agree. 

I've gone to a lot of parties. Sometimes I'll be with some friends who will say, "We're going to a party." It used to always mean 
drinking. The last five parties where my friends have |ust said, "Hey' Come On! Let's go to a party!" have been straight. I didn't even 
know this, but I walk in and everyone in there with their Mountain Dew. It works! 

You can even see it working back through to the parents. These kids are saying, "Hey! You know, mom and dad, that's not 
acceptable to me if you are drinking." The parents are starting to have to look at it. I really believe this is the way to bring about 
change. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLX, NO. 3 



OCTOBER, 1987 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

October 10, 1987 



The Board of Control of tfie Kentucky Highi Sctiool Athletic 
Association met at the K.H.S. A. A. Office Building in Lexington, 
Kentucky on Saturday, October 10, 1987. The meeting was 
called to order by President Frank Welch at 9:00 a.m. with the 
following Board members present: Tom Buchanan, Vice 
President; William Case, Sam Chandler, Huston DeHaven, 
Tony dinger. Grant Talbott, Ken Tippett, Charlie Wilson. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout 
and Sports Information Director Julian Tackett were also 
present. Mr. Mills advised the Board that the State Board of 
Education Representative Lloyd Redman was absent due to 
recent surgery. The Invocation was given by Mr Sam 
Chandler. 

Tom Buchanan moved, seconded by Sam Chandler, that 
the minutes of the July 24, 1987, regular meeting of the Board 
be approved. He also made a motion that the minutes of the 
following called meetings be approved: West Eligibility 
Committee - August 31; East Eligibility Committee - 
September 9; East Eligibility Committee - September 24. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Sam Chandler made a motion, seconded by Charlie Wilson, 
that all bills of the Association for the period beginning July 1 , 
1987, and ending September 30, 1987, be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

President Welch called on Charlie Wilson, Chairman of the 
Basketball Committee to present his committee's report. 
Chairman Wilson presented the following report and made a 
motion that it be accepted by the full Board: 

1) In regard to classification of basketball, the committee 
recommends that the Commissioner survey member schools 
to determine if the schools are in favor of a classification 
system in basketball. 

2) In regard to the elimination of three-team districts, it is 
suggested that this recommendation be delayed until the 
results of the classification survey are available. 

3) It IS recommended that teams who qualify for district 
tournament play but do not participate will be under a four- 
year suspension. 

Ken Tippett seconded the motion. 

Following a discussion of the recommendation regarding 
basketball classification, 1) Tom Buchanan moved that the 
recommendation be amended to read as follows: The 
committee recommends that the Commissioner survey 
member schools to determine if the schools are in favor of a 
classification system in basketball with a plan that guarantees 
a 16-team tournament format. Sam Chandler seconded the 
amended motion. The motion then carried unanimously to 
accept the Basketball Committee's report as amended. 

Mr. Chandler expressed the Board's appreciation to the 
Western Kentucky Principal's Association for the work they 
did and their recommendations on basketball classification. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board Members that the 
Dawahares/Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall 
of Fame has been finalized. The inductees' names will be 
released In the near future. Charlie Wilson made a motion that 
the Hall of Fame report be accepted. Ken Tippett seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 



Mr. Wise announced that the number of teams participating 
in the football play-offs had increased this year from 47 to 60 
teams. The District Winners and Runners-up Playoffs are 
scheduled to begin play on November 6 & 7. He also 
announced that the State Championship Playoffs schedule is 
as follows: 

Class A — 1:00 p.m., Friday, November 27 
Class AA — 3:00 p.m., Friday, November 27 
Class AAA — 1:00 p.m., Saturday, November 28 
Class AAAA — 3:00 p.m., Saturday, November 28 

The next meeting of the Board will be held on November27 
for the purpose of hearing appeals and November 28 for the 
regular meeting. 

Commissioner Mills presented the 1986-87 Audit Report 
for consideration. Following questions concerning the report, 
Tony dinger made a motion that the Audit Report be 
accepted. Tom Buchanan seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Asst. Commissioner Stout announced dates and sites of the 
following fall sports championships: 
Soccer — Lafayette and Tates Creek Higti Scliools — 

November 7 
Cross Country — Kentucky Horse Park — November 7 

Asst. Commissioner DeVries asked the Board's approval of 
the following request from the Volleyball Committee: The 
Limitation of Season regulation be changed to read: "the first 
match shall not take place before ttie fourtli Monday in 
August." Ms DeVries was advised that this change must be 
adopted by the Delegate Assembly since it is a By-Law. 

A discussion then ensued regarding National Federation 
Basketball Rule 1 0, Section 5, Art. 1 -7 - Bench Decorum. A 
maiority of the Board Members had received numerous 
requests from basketball coaches to modify the rule to allow 
the use of a coaches' box for the 1987-88 school year. 
Following comments by all Board Members, Commissioner 
Mills and Executive Asst. Wise and Coach Guy Strong, Tom 
Buchanan moved that the Commissioner be directed to 
conduct a Referendum to determine the interest of member 
schools in waiving By-Law 19. Rules Governing Contests, to 
permit the Board to modify National Federation Basketball 
Rule 10-5, to include a coaching box. The Referendum is to 
be returned to the Commissioner no later than October 27, 
1 987. Grant Talbott seconded the motion. The motion passed 
unanimously. The Basketball Committee will meet on October 
28 to discuss the results of the Referendum. 

Mr. Wise announced the bids on two automobiles to be 
purchased by the Association. Don Jacobs submitted the 
lowest bid of $1 3,676 for the two automobiles which included 
trading in two 1986 automobiles. Charlie Wilson made a 
motion to accept the low bid to purchase the two new 
automobiles for the Association. Ken Tippett seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

There being no further business. Bill Case made a motion to 
adjourn. Tony dinger seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 



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OCTOBER, 1987 VOL. XLX, NO. 3 

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the qualifying time in the heat, he/she cannot swim in the 
finals. Karen Vanover seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

It was suggested that each Regional Director obtain first aid 
personnel and a lifeguard in the chair. 

The next item for discussion was the 1987-88 State Swim 
Meet site. Following a lengthy discussion, Karen Vanover 
moved that the 1987-88 meet be held at the University of 
Kentucky Memorial Coliseum in Lexington on March 4 & 5, 
1988. The time schedule will be similar to the 1987 meet. All 
diving will be scheduled on Friday, March 4, with the 
swimming preliminaries and finals on Saturday, March 5, 
1988. 

There was a discussion regarding an awards program 
begun last year at the state level. The awards consist of 
recognition of senior swimmers. Boys' Coaching Award and 
Girls' Coaching Award. The following committee was ap- 
pointed to study the 'Coach of the Year' and other awards: Tim 
Cahill, David Webb, Karen Vanover and Bob Stacey, 

The committee then discussed the National Federation 
Rule Changes for the 1987-88 school year. Rule 8-1-1 was 
discussed along with 8-2-2 and 8-penalty which specifies 
that a swimmer or relay team be disqualified for one false 
start. 

The committee will look into the possibility of having a rules 
clinic for coaches a little later in the year. 

There being no further business, the meeting was ad- 
journed. 



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1987 STATE SOCCER 
TOURNAMENT 



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SWIMMING COMMITTEE 
MEETING MINUTES 



The Swimming Committee met on Thursday, September 24, 
1987, at the K,H S,A,A, Office in Lexington, Assistant Com- 
missioner Brigid L, DeVries called the meeting to order at 1 30 
p,m. Committee members present included Jeff Bush, Steve 
Bush, Tim Cahill, Todd Metcalfe, Paul Short, Bob Stacey, Jack 
Thompson, Karen Vanover, and David Webb 

The first item on the agenda was the selection of the 
regional sites. The managers and sites are as follows: Central 
Kentucky Region — Tom Cahill, Model High School, Rich- 
mond; Jefferson County Region — Jack Thompson, Crescent 
Hill, Louisville; Northern Kentucky Region — Dave Webb, 
Scott High School, Covington, Ms, DeVnes had received a 
request from Taylorsville High School to be added to the 
Western Kentucky Region's rotation schedule. They were 
requesting to host the 1988 Western Regional Meet at 
Campbellsville College, Following a lengthy discussion 
regarding their request. Todd Metcalfe made a motion that 
presently Taylor County High School be denied their request 
to host the Regional Swim Meet primarily due to lack of 
seating and deck space, Tim Cahill seconded the motion 
which carried unanimously. Therefore the site for the 1 987- 
88 Western Kentucky Region will be Elizabethtown. The 
Committee discussed the regional information sheets and 
made some minor changes. The Regional entry deadline date 
is February 9, 1987 

A discussion ensued regarding swimmers not meeting the 
heat in the preliminaries swimming in the finals. Following a 
discussion of this important topic, Jack Thompson made a 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1987 PAGE THREE 

^iWi NATIONAL ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 

[RELEASE CONFERENCE CONVENES IN CHICAGO, 
ILLINOIS ON DECEMBER 6-9, 1987 



More than 2,400 athletic administrators, spouses and exhibitors will be in Chicago, Illinois, on December 6-9, 1 987, when the 
National Federation hosts its 18th Annual National Conference of High School Directors of Athletics at the IVIarriott Hotel 

Program Highlights 

The featured speakers include Terry IVIcCann, Executive Director of Toastmasters International, who will deliver the keynote 
address on Sunday night, "Leadership is a Performing Art--Not a Spectator Sport." Terry was a gold medalist in wrestling in the 
1 960 Olympic games in Rome, and is a frequent speaker at universities and Fortune 500 companies on management and behavior 
skills. 

Dr. A! Burr, Principal in Clayton, Missouri, is no stranger to high school athletic admmistrators. He previously made a general 
session presentation at the 1 978 conference in Louisville, and his presentation, "Every Kid Needs a Trump Card" has plenty of food 
for thought as we evaluate our professional philosophy and goals. 

Bart Connor, whose inspirational leadership led the United States Gymnastics Team to its first Olympic championship, will be the 
featured speaker at the Conference Luncheon. 

Other program speakers include Michael Brandwein, a professional leadership and educational trainer. His presentation at the 
Third General Session, "Energy for Successful Leaders" will focus on problem solving, burn-out, self-motivation, and the 
motivation of others. Kelley Baker, Esq., an attorney from Lincoln, Nebraska, and Dr. John Olson of the University of Wisconsin- 
Madison, will colaborate on a LegalSeminar, "Sports, Torts and Risk Management." Wrapping up the conference program will be 
Guy Doud, 1986 National Teacher of the Year, who will address the Closing General Session. 

Other Program Highlights 

In addition to the four general sessions. Legal Seminar and outstanding luncheon and banquet programs, the always popular 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes breakfast on Wednesday morning, will again feature a nationally known sports personality as the 
principle speaker 

A Pre-Conference "Hands-On" Computer Seminar will be available for a limited number of attendees on Sunday, December 6. 

Outstanding Workshop Program Planned 

In addition to the outstanding general sessions, seminars and meal functions, a total of 26 break-out meetings are planned for 
conference attendees, including 21 workshops offered during three different sessions, as well as five mini-sessions. 

Conference Tours, Hospitality and Optional Activities 

A variety of optional tours and special activities are planned for conference attendees and their spouses. In addition to some 
outstanding tours, tickets have been blocked for the Sunday matinee and Monday evening performance of "Shear Madness", the 
longest running play in Chicago history. 

Another popular Monday night option will be the "Taste of Chicago" party, planned in the hotel, which in addition to some really 
great ethnic food, will be a special performance by the touring company of Second City, Chicago's nationally known 
improvisational theater group. 

Conference Fees 

The conference activity fee, which includes all conference meal functions, is $90 for current NIAAA members who register prior 
to November 1 5, and $1 00 for all others. All conference registrations received after November 1 5 will be accepted only on a "space 
available basis" and at a fee of $120. 

Room reservations at the Chicago Marriott Hotel are $62 single, and $72 double, and must be processed through the National 
Federation, along with a conference registration form. 

Distribution of Conference Registration Material 

Conference registration forms and hotel room reservation cards, as well as the optional tour order form, will be sent to all NIAAA 
members and all athletic administrators who have attended one or more National Conferences during the past five years. All 
conference registration information, as well as exhibit material can be obtained by contacting the National Federation, P.O. Box 
20626, Kansas City, Missoun 64195: 816/464-5400. 

The K.H.S.A.A. Salutes Paul Woodall For Being Selected As The 
1987 National High School Coach Of The Year In Boys Track And Field. 

Boys Track 

PAUL WOODALL 

Bryan Station High School, Lexington, KY 

21 years as a head coach.../ state championships and 3 
runners-up... teams have won 249 wins with 95 duals, 1 7 regionals 
and 5 sectionals. ..7-time Kentucky Coach of the Year.. .13-year 
Board member of the Kentucky Coaches Association. ..5-time 
state nominee for National Award. 




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1987-88 Certified 

and Approved 
Football Officials 



A large number of K.HS.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved as 
a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. Only 
officials receiving these higher ratings are eligible to work in 
the district and regional tournaments. Only K.H.S.A.A. 
approved or certified officials shall be used in games between 
sub-district and district winners. Only certified officials shall 
be used in all other playoff games. 



APPROVED 

Adkins. Brian (Morehead) 
Allen. Ronald N (Louisville) 
Armstrong. Rodney (London) 
Barnes, Doug (Elizabethtown) 
Below. Scott Benton 

(Henderson) 
Bennett. Rick L (Radclifl) 
Bond. David E (Lexington) 
Brammelf. Keith (Grayson) 
Brooks. David W (Ovuensborol 
Campbell. Rodney (Yerkes) 
Carter. Mictiael Anthony 

(Louisville) 
Curnutte. Anthony E (LexingtonI 
Davis. Ralph C (Ironton) 
Davis. Walter C (Louisvillel 
Edelen. Rosalind (Louisville) 
Faust. Phil (Louisville) 
Federspiel. Joe (Lexington) 
Francis. Sr , Jesse E (Louisville) 
Gamble. William H. (Union) 
Hackett. Jr . Wilbur L (Louisville) 
Harris. Steven L (Paducah) 
Hillner. John David (Dry Ridge) 
Holt. Michael (Batdstov»n) 
Jude, Lowell E (Winchester) 
Jury. Blake (Lexington) 
Klincewich. Waller J 

(Clarksville) 
Mahlmeister. James J (Ironton) 
Mason. Walter C 

(Elizabethtown) 
McGonnell. Robert C (Louisville) 
Meredith. Harold D (Cadiz) 
Moberly. Bennie (Richmond) 
Moore. Terry (Dayton) 
Morkin. Kieron M (Lexington) 
Mundy. Jack H (Paducah) 
Newsome, Larry L (Ashland) 
Park. William C (Radclill) 
Parker. Rick L (Harlan) 
Patterson, Bill (Madisonville) 
Peters. Joey (Alexandria) 
Pittman. Stephen R 

(Winchester) 
Prilchard, William J 

(Fort Thomas) 
Randolph. Scott (Franklin) 
Rapier Nick (Bardstown) 
Renn. Robert D (Columbia) 
Ruebusch. Mike (Taylor Mill) 
Stacy. David M (Sidney) 
Swayne, Keith (Independence) 
Tackett. Layne (Pikeville) 
Thompson, Jeffrey D (Louisville) 
Truitt, Benjamin (Louisville) 
Vanderhoof, Ronald D (Ironton) 
Varney, Gregory Alan (Belfry) 
Wise, Gary L (Lexington) 



CERTIFIED 

Adkins, Thomas 'Butch' 

(Lexington) 
Ash, Mike L (Radcliff) 
Asher, Noah Michael (Berea) 
Booth, Thomas J. (Lexington) 
Bothwell. Mark (Owensboro) 
Branham. George (Ashland) 
Burkhart. Jr . James (Wallins) 
Combs. Ira D (Jeff) 
Crutcher. John M. (Radcliff) 
Dawson. Jon S (Louisville) 
Deaver. Milford E (Vine Grove) 
Dunn. Samuel S (Lexington) 
Emerine, Stephen O. (Bowling 

Green) 
Felty. Michael J. (Ashland) 
Finley, Howard (Paducah) 
Gardner, Steve E (Owensboro) 
Grimm, Carl (Fort Thomas) 
Hayes, David (Campbellsville) 
Henry, Tony A (Bowling Green) 
Hilliard, W Gerard (Hopkinsville) 
Holzknecht. Thomas E 

(Louisville) 
Isaac, Gary Wayne (Halo) 
Joest, Stephen B (Louisville) 
Jones, Denver "Smokey " 

(Hazard) 
King, Curtis R (Owensboro) 
McLaughlin, Brian L (Lexington) 
Morgan, Chuck (Nicholasville) 
Nelson, Bill T (Benton) 
Puckett, Robert (Vine Grove) 
Rottgers, Robert (Fort Thomas) 
Rudd, Timothy B (Florence) 
Sanford, Ronnie (Louisville) 
Showalter, Charles C (Louisville) 
Steward, Kelly H (Sturgis) 
Sword. Russ D (Hazard) 
Tackett, Julian E (Lexington) 
Turley, Jr . Roy M (Winchester) 
Vensel. III. Francis J. (Alvaton) 
Willman. Glenn A (Fort Mitchell) 
Wright. Jr.. Charles E. (Ashland) 



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1987-88 Certified 

and Approved 

Soccer Officials 



APPROVED 

Ahmed, Choudhury (Louisville) 
Blake. John C, III (Lexington) 
Boyer. Thomas R (Alexandria) 
Davis, Jack M (Lexington) 
Dietz, John (Lakeside Park) 
Doom, Henry E , Sr (Louisville) 
Gonian, Fereydoon (Winchester) 
Hall, Kathleen (Edgewood) 
Harper, Ben R (Lexington) 
Koehne, Gary P (New Albany) 
Kopatz, Cheryl A (Louisville) 
Millar, Warren G (Hebron) 
Phillips, Bob (Richmond) 
Pinkel, Robert H., Jr, (Richmond) 
Schrader. C F (Lexington) 
Sloan. Paul (Louisville) 
Wallace, Jerry (Lexington) 
Woo. Henry K. (Lexington) 



CERTIFIED 

Bingham. Ronald E. (Lexington) 
Joseph, Dennis F. (Lexington) 
Molique. Mike (Edgewood) 
Myers. Donald R (Erianger) 
Sullivan. Mike (Lexington) 
VanOuter, Neil (Lexington) 
Vieth. Kenneth (Florence) 
Zeis, Robert J. (Villa Hills) 



m 



1987-88 Volleyball 
Rating Changes 



Blanford. Robert J (Louisville) Change to A 

Cecil. Lucinda (Fort Thomas) Change to A 

Clark. Patricia Lemker Change to A 

(Cincinnati) 

Crumrine, Susan F (Louisville) Change to A 

Curl, Patrick Neil (Louisville) Change to A 

Gruebbel, Janet F (Louisville) Change to A 

Ketzer, Beth Dalton (Cincinnati) Change to A 

Lynch, Laura J (Louisville) Change to A 

Orr, Jim T (Louisville) Change to A 

Potts, Stephen (Louisville) Change to A 

Romack, Jennifer L (Covington) Change to A 

Smallwood, Denise G Change to A 

(Floyd Knobs) 

Truilt, Beniamin (Louisville) Change to A 

Wychulis, Beth B (Louisville) Change to C 



SPECIAL NOTICES 

K.H.S.A.A. Handbook 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has 
printed a handbook for 1987-88. Included in the 
handbook is a calendar of events, a section on general 
information about the K.H.S.A.A., a listing of member 
schools and their personnel, Constitution and By- 
Laws, Officials Handbook and Officials Directory. 

The Handbook is available to coaches, officials and 
other interested persons at a fee of $4.00 plus postage 
of $2.00 for one Handbook. Please send check or 
money order to Handbook, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, 
Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 




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PAGE FIVE 



MINUTES - 

1987 BASKETBALL ASSIGNING 

SECRETARIES MEETING 

The Basketball Assigning Secretaries of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met on Sunday. April 26 and 
Monday, April 27. 1 987. at the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Office m Lexington. The meeting was in two 
parts, a Mechanics and Rules meeting, and the regular 
business meeting. Both meetings were attended by; Jim 
Henley, 1 st Region: Bill Burton, 2nd Region: Jerry Kimmel, 3rd 
Region: Mike Cobb, (who is replacing Dr. Bill Meadors), 4th 
Region; Howard Gardner, 5th Region: Carol Funk and Bob 
Weihe, 6th & 7th Regions; Roy Winchester, 8th Region; Bob 
Miller, 9th Region; Larry Boucher and Jerry Pickrell, 10th & 
11th Regions; Noel Hargis, 12th Region; Paul Pietrowski 
representing Ray Canady, 13th Region; Don Stacy, 14th 
Region, Paul Dotson, 15th Region; Bobby Crager, 16th 
Region, Julian Tackett, Sports Information Director. 

Mechanics and Rules 
Sunday, April 26, 1987 

The Mechanics and Rules meeting was held as part of a 
continuing effort to improve officiating mechanics and rules 
interpretations, and make them more consistent statewide. 
The meeting was called to order at 2:00 p m. by Billy V Wise. 
Executive Assistant. The first session of the meeting was a 
series of presentations by the assigning secretaries on the 
mechanics of officiating; 

Pre-Game Duties and Handling Controversy — Jim 

Henley 
Throw-In and Jump Ball — Jerry Kimmel 
Signals (all) — Howard Gardner 
Front Court Coverage — Mike Cobb 
Movement on Floor. Carry Yourself. Leaving the Floor — 

Noel Harqis 
Foul Call and Free Throw Administration — Larry Boucher 
Time Outs and Violations — Bobby Crager 
Fouls and Their Definition — Bill Burton 
Following a break for dinner the second session of the 
meeting began at 7:00. This session was a series of 
presentations by the assigning secretaries on the rules of 
basketball; 

Traveling and Violations — Carol Funk 
Basket Interference and Goal Tending — Paul Dotson 
Free Throw and Throw In — Paul Pietrowski 
Live Ball and Dead Ball — Don Stacy 
Guarding and Screening — Bob Miller 
Players and Substitutes — Bob Weihe 
Scoring. Timing and Correctable Errors — Jerry Pickrell 
Working the Delay and Back Court ~ Roy Winchester 
Mr. Wise then reported on the National Federation Rule 
Changes effective next season, which were passed at a 
recent meeting of the National Federation Basketball Rules 
Committee. The rules changes are as follows; 

Amend 5-2-1 . Adopted the 3 point field goal for all states at 

19 feet. 9 inches, (All Athletic Directors have been mailed 

the approved diagram, which appears on page 78 of the 

1986-87 basketball rules book). 

Amend 1-5; 8-1-3d; 9-1-6, 8, 9. Players are allowed to 

occupy only marked lane spaces or are required to be 

behind the three point arc and the free throw line 

extended. 

Amend 9-11-1, 2. Deleted combination holding/ 

dribbling closely guarded count in midcourt. and deleted 

new dribbling count when advancing from midcourt 

tc forecourt. 

Amend 10-1, 2, 3 Pen. All technical fouls will carry a 

penalty of two free throws and possession of the 

basketball. 

Amend 10-3-6. The technical foul is also charged to the 

head coach for squad members dunking and /or grasping 

the rims during the pre-game or intermission. 



The clarifications are as follows: 

4-12-2C. Deleted one act which previously ended a 

dribble 

4-1-5; 4-8; 6-3-1. Defined the possession arrow and 

when it IS set and reversed. 

7-5-9. Following free throws for a flagrant personal foul. 

the ball is awarded out of bounds nearest the foul. 

10-4-lg. Substitutes shall be seated whether the 

clock is running or stopped. 

Mr, Wise also pointed out that two items will be points of 
emphasis for next year which have been problems in 
Kentucky and many other states; 

Resumlna play after a time-out of intermission. Time outs 

are supposed to be 45 seconds in length, with 1 5 seconds 

to become ready for play. 

Substitution procedures. Substitutes are not reporting 

correctly, are running onto the floor prior to beckoning. 

are not leaving the floor promptly when they are being 

substituted for. and other violations 
Each of these items will be presented in detail at the Rules 
Clinics in the fall, as well as information to be printed in the 
"Athlete" magazine 
Following the presentations, the meeting ad|Ourned. 

Business Meeting 
Monday, April 27, 1987 

The business meeting of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Basketball Assigning Secretaries was called to order at 8:30 
a.m by Billy Wise. Executive Assistant, at the KHSAA office. 

Minutes of the 1986 meeting were reviewed, Paul Dotson 
made a motion that the minutes be approved. The motion was 
seconded by Bobby Crager. The motion was approved by a 
unanimous vote 

Since this is the first year the meeting had a two day format, 
there was a discussion on the pros and cons of the new 
format. It was the general opinion that this new format had 
been a success and felt that this format should be continued 
for following meetings A suggestion was made that perhaps 
the mechanics portion of the meeting would even be more 
effective if it was held in a gymnasium where the presenter 
could actually demonstrate the proper mechanics. This will 
be considered for the 1988 meeting. It was also indicated that 
the assigning secretaries desired the Association to produce 
either videotapes, or overhead slides to help illustrate many of 
the points which had been inconsistent statewide. Mr. Wise 
informed them that this will be done in some manner. 

Mr. Wise informed the Assigning Secretaries that the 
KHSAA Board of Control was dissatisfied with officials 
working within the regions for post season tournaments. In 
the future, the Board would like for all basketball officials to be 
assigned post season games out of their districts and regions. 

RATINGS SYSTEM AND SELECTION 
OF POST-SEASON OFFICIALS 

Mr. Wise then gave the following review of the ratings 
system and the selection of post season officials; 

The calendar published in the minutes of the 1986 meeting 
was followed for administering the ratings this year for 
basketball officials. Each assigning secretary turned in a list 
of their local association members to the office, and this 
information was entered into the officials data base on the 
KHSAA. computer. The Federation Part II exam was 
administered and scores were reported by the assigning 
secretaries to the office and this information entered into the 
computer for crediting of the earned ratings points (0-15). 

Seventeen Rules Interpretation clinics were conducted by 
Mr. Wise, and the attendance was entered on a register which 
traveled statewide with Mr Wise. Following the clinics, the 
attendance was entered into the computer for crediting the 
ten (10) points. The register was then mailed out to the 
assigning secretaries to allow them to give credit to any 
official who attended but was not listed on the register. 

Basketball Assigning Secretaries tweeting Continued on Page Six 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1987 



Basketball Assigning Secretaries Meeting Continued from Page Five 

The Assigning Secretaries were mailed a list of the 
members in their Associations, and asked to evaluate each on 
a scale of 0-15. with the ability to use a number with one digit 
to the right of the decimal, i.e. 14.9, 11.1. These ratings were 
returned to the K.H.S.A.A. office. Separate ratings were 
entered for boys and girls competition in order to credit the 
possible fifteen points. 

The schools were mailed a list of every official in the state 
who was listed as a local association member by the 
Assigning Secretaries, with the list broken down by Associ- 
ation. Separate ratings lists were mailed to the boys and girls 
coaches. It was important to include all officials on the list so 
that the coaches could rate the officials that had worked their 
cross-region games. The ratings were mailed to the 
K H.S.A.A office, due in by January 30. Eighty-five percent of 
the basketball schools turned in ratings by the deadline date. 
This was a tremendous percentage especially in light of the 
fact that this was the first year of the new procedure. There 
was a problem however, in that several schools rated very few 
officials. This problem may be solved for the coming year with 
the inclusion of February 1 through the last regular season 
game s ratings on the following year's summary. There was a 
problem also, of coaches rating officials who had not worked 
for them, as mentioned earlier. The schools ratings were then 
entered, with any entry below 5 being declared invalid. This 
accounted for sixty (60) percent of the overall rating. 

The ratings were then compiled, and the boys and girls 
ratings lists mailed to the assigning secretaries for use in 
assigning the post season games at the district and region 
level Each assigning secretary mailed to Mr Wise rec- 
ommendations for who should work the district and regional 
games which they were to assign. These recommendations 
were essential due to the need to verify the 40 percent 
minimum required for post season. Mr. Wise then assigned 
the officials for the district and regional tournaments, and 
mailed confirmation to each district and region manager 

For the state tournament, it was decided to have twelve 
officials selected, rather than ten which had been the case for 
the past several years. This allowed for each official to work 
two games during the first and second rounds, then 
evaluations to be made, and the top six officials selected to 
work the semi-finals and finals. With this being an odd 
numbered year, the top eligible official in each of the odd 
numbered regions was selected to work in the Boys' State 
tournament in Lexington Those officials were Mike Carter, 
Barry Barnes, Loy Brashear, Rip Hatfield, Dan Sullivan, 
Burney Jenkins, Jack Cupp and Ancie Casey In addition, the 
top two rated black officials statewide who were eligible to call 
in boys' post season tournaments were selected to call in the 
boys' state tournament. Those officials were Dennis Jackson 
and Randall Curry. Also, the two top rated officials statewide 
who were eligible to call in boys post season tournaments 
were selected to call in the boys' state tournament Those 
officials were Ernie Liggett and Marvin Moore 

With this being an odd numbered year, the top eligible 
official in each of the even numbered regions was selected to 
work in the Girls' State tournament in Bowling Green. Those 
officials were Jay Davis, Mark Curry, James "Pete" Hayes, 
James Stethen, Keith Walker, Dale Taylor, Yvon Allen and 
Bobby Kouns. In addition the top two rated black officials 
statwide who were eligible to call in girls' post season 
tournaments were selected to call in the girls' state tourna- 
ment. Those officials were Danny Percell and John Short. 
Also, the two top rated female officials statewide who were 
eligible to call in girls' post season tournaments were 
selected to call in the girls' state tournament. Those officials 
were Jan Baker and Lois Holmes. 

At the state tournament, each official was evaluated for 
each game in which they worked, and had the opportunity to 
discuss their evaluation with Mr. Wise. Most chose to do so. 
The procedure for selecting the officials was apparently 
successful, and will probably be repeated next season. The 



assigning secretaries then unanimously approved the pro- 
cedure and recommended continuing the procedure in the 
future. 

The next portion of the meeting concerned a review of the 
rating system that was implemented during the current 
basketball season. Many of the problems encountered with 
the rating system were simply because of the change in 
system. The new system involves a good deal more time 
consuming paperwork year round for both the Association 
and the Assigning Secretaries. Listed below are some of the 
problems encountered, suggested solutions and action taken 
to aid in solving the problems: 

Number 1. There were a numberof officials who were not 
given credit for the clinic until the initial ratings were 
mailed out m February, and yet the assigning secretaries 
were mailed a list of the clinic attendance registers 
immediately following the last clinic. SOLUTION - 
Assigning Secretary must carefully review all corre- 
spondence from the K.H.S.A.A. Particularly, they should 
check their membership list against the list of those 
members not attending a clinic to insure proper credit. 

Number 2. Coaches rating officials they did not have. 
This could be a tough problem to solve. SOLUTION - The 
ratings are due into the Association on January 31. By the 
second week in February, the list of officials rated by 
schools will be mailed to each Assigning Secretary. The 
Assigning Secretary must then check this list against 
his/her records and contact the Association office 
immediately with any changes. There will only be a seven 
day waiting period for these changes, so efficiency on the 
part of the Assigning Secretary is a must. 
Secretary is a must. 

Number 3. Coaches rating officials they had scratched. 
This problem was two fold. The assigning secretaries 
were lax in mailing in the scratch lists, and the computer 
programs did not have a way to disregard an invalid 
rating. SOLUTION - The scratch lists are to be mailed to 
the Association at the same time as the membership lists, 
on forms provided by the office. The computer program 
will check for the scratch lists when calculating the 
ratings. 

This also was compounded by another problem. 
Some officials were assigned to work in tournaments 
during the regular season involving teams which had 
scratched them. This should be avoided so as not 
to cause this problem in the future. (A motion was made by 
Paul Dotson, seconded by Don Stacy that in extreme 
cases where a coach abused his rating and scratch 
privileges, the right to scratch and rate be taken from him. 
The motion passed by a unanimous vote). 
Number 4. Officials with an insufficient number of ratings 
for post season We at the Association are going to make 
an effort to help publicize the need to rate each and every 
official that a school has in a regular season game. 
However, it is important for an official to be in as many 
places as possible throughout the year to insure getting 
the proper number of ratings. SOLUTION - Avoid sending 
the same official to the same school over and over again. 
No matter how many times an official works for a 
particular school, he/she can still receive only one rating 
from that school. So it is imperative that the officials be 
assigned to a variety of different schools. Also, the 
coaches are to rate all officials in regular season games 
played after February 1 on the following season's 
summary. This solves the problem of only two months of 
ratings, and affords each official the opportunity for a full 
season worth of ratings. 



Basketball Assigning Secretaries Meeting Continued on Page Seven 



From The Commissioner's Office 



i@7ii(i?(ii@fi 



WRESTLING STATE TOURNAMENT CHANGED 

At its July meeting, the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control eliminated the sectional 
wrestling meets. By taking this action, the Board moved the state championship 
finals in wrestling to February 19 and 20, 1987. Please make a note of this 
change in your records, and on your memorandum calendar. 

NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC COACHES ASSOCIATION NEWS 

Congratulations to Coach Paul Woodall of Bryan Station High School on his 
selection as the National High School Coach of the Year for Boys Track and 
Field. Woodall has been head coach for 21 years, has seven state championships 
and 3 state runner-up teams to his credit, and he is seven time Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association Coach of the year. 

The National High School All American Tennis Teams for 1987 have been named, 
with four Kentuckians making the national list. William Meadows of Sayre and 
Mark Anderson of Ballard were named on the boys team, while Courtney Jones of 
Henry Clay and Shannon Roberts of Tates Creek were name to the girls team. In 
addition. Meadows and Jones were named on the first team of the National Tennis 
Academic All American Team. Congratulations to each of these fine young 
student athletes. 

The Kentucky High School Coaches Association officers for this school year are 
Jimmie Reed, Washington County, President; Coy Meadows, Glasgow, 1st 
Vice-President; Jack Morris, Mayfield, 2nd Vice President; Ed VanHoose, Boyd 
County, 3rd Vice-President; and John Radjunas, Montgomery County, Executive 
Secretary. 

FOOTBALL PLAYOFF TICKET ORDERS BEING MAILED 

Order forms have been received from many schools for tickets for the State 
Football Championships to be held at the Fairgrounds in Louisville over 
Thanksgiving weekend. The tickets are to be mailed in the next few days. 
Other schools desiring tickets should submit their order in the next few days. 

APPROVED DATES FOR BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 1988-1992 

1988 - Boys - March 16 - 19 * Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky 

Girls - March 23 - 26 * Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

1989 - Boys - March 15 - 18 * Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

Girls - March 22 - 25 * Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

1990 - Girls - March 14 - 17 * Site to be Determined 

Boys - March 21 - 24 * Site to be Determined 

1991 - Boys - March 13 - 16 * Site to be Determined 

Girls - March 20 - 23 * Site to be Determined 

1992 - Boys - March 18 - 21 * Site to be Determined 

Girls - March 25 - 28 * Site to be Determined 



K.H.S.A.A. COACHING BOX (Experimental for the 1987-88 Basketball Season) 

The basketball committee has approved the following amendment to the National 
Federation Rules for all games played in Kentucky. The change is effective 
immediately. All schools, coaches, superintendents and officials are being 
notified as well as being sent a sample of play interpretations. 

PART I - Definition. This would become Section 14 of Basketball Rule 1, under 
definitions. Section 13 would be amended to change "... recommended that the 
..." to "... required that the ...". 

SECTION 14 The "coaching box" shall be defined as an area outside the playing 
court on the side of the court which the scorers/timers table and team benches 
are located. This area shall be bounded by the mid-court line (28' line) and the 
corresponding end-line for length boundaries, and the sideline and the team bench 
for the width boundary. The optimum width shall be three feet (3'), but in cases 
of limited space, may be reduced to the distance from the sideline to the team 
bench. 

All bench areas must be located on the side of the court, and may not extend 
past the mid-court line (28' line). 

Each box shall be clearly marked with two-inch wide lines, one extending from 
the mid-court (28') line, and the other from the end-line. The line may be 
painted, or may be marked with tape, but must be clearly visible. If painted, 
the line shall be of contrasting color to the side and end lines. 

For permissible actions within the confines of the "coaching box", see Rule 10, 
Section 5, as amended for use by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
for the 1987-88 season. 

PART II - Delete existing basketball playing Rule 10, Section 5. 
Replace Rule 10-5 with the following -- 

SECTION 5 The Head Coach may stand to give instructions to his/her players but 
must remain within the confines of the coaching box at all times while the clock 
is running or is stopped except to: 

ART 1 ... confer with personnel at the scorer's table to request a time-out for 
a correctable error, as in 2-10, or to prevent or rectify a timing or scoring 
mistake or an alternating possession mistake; 

ART 2 ... attend an injured player, when beckoned onto the court by an 
official ; 

ART 3 The Head Coach, when standing, or kneeling in the designated coaching 
box, shall not have dialogue with the official (s); 

ART 4 All other non-player bench personnel shall remain seated on the bench 
except during a time-out or to spontaneously react to an outstanding play by a 
member of the team. 

ART 5 The Head Coach shall replace a disqualified or injured player within 30 
seconds when a substitute is available. 

PENALTY: (All articles) Technical Foul, 2 free throws and possession of the 
basketball. In articles 1-4, the foul is charged to the offender and to the 
head coach. In Article 5, the foul is charged to the head coach. If flagrant, 
the offender shall go to the team's locker room, or leave the building. 

NOTE: The third technical foul on any coach is considered flagrant. a 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 

With the implementation of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test). For 1987-88, the schedule is as follows: 



Test Date 

10/24/87 

12/12/87 

02/27/88 

04/16/88 

06/11/88 



Regular Postmark Deadline 

09/25/87 

11/13/87 

01/29/88 

03/18/88 

05/13/88 



Late Deadl ine 

10/13/87 

12/01/87 

02/16/88 

04/05/88 

05/31/88 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1987-88 ** PLEASE NOTE CORRECTIONS ** 



The important dates list printed in the September issue of the Athlete 
contained incorrect dates for the finals in basketball and swimming. The 
dates printed below are correct, and we apologize for any problems this may 
have caused. The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. 
sponsored events, along with the first day of practice. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Al 1 owed 


Finals 
(Tentative) 


Soccer 


July 20 


Aug. 24 


6-20 


Nov. 7 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 7 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 31 


Football 


Aug. 1 


Aug. 21 


11 


Nov. 27-28 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 20 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 4/5 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 19/26 


football 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 30 


24 


Mar. 19/26 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 28 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 28 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 1/2 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 2/4 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 4 



These dates are as printed on the 1987-88 Memorandum Calendar, with the 
exception of the state wrestling meet which was changed by a decision of the 
Board of Control at its July, 1987 meeting. 

REMINDER TO MEMBER SCHOOLS CONCERNING OPEN DATES 

Now that the school year has begun, it is important to start over with our 
open dates listing. Beginning with the next few issues of the Athlete, we 
will publish open dates for the 1988 season. Please feel free to alert the 
office as to any and all open football and basketball playing dates. However, 
you should remember that only football games scheduled before August 1 and 
played before the first weekend in November shall be used in determing a 
district winner or runner-up. 



SANCTIONS FOR CONTESTS INVOLVING OUT OF STATE TEAMS 

Many questions arise when a member school attempts to schedule a game against 
a team from another state. Remember that the contest must go through the 
proper administrative channels to be considered a legal contest. The 
following can serve as a simple guide to athletic directors and principals -- 

If a game involves only one Kentucky school and one out of state school, 
and the other state adjoins Kentucky, no state Association or National 
Federation sanction is necessary; 

If a meet or tournament involves one or more teams from outside the host 
state, and the invited teams are from adjoining state(s), National 
Federation sanction is not necessary. However the event must be 
sanctioned by the state Associations involved. It is the responsibility 
of the principal of the host school to initiate the sanction procedure; 

In all other cases, both state Association and National Federation 
sanction is required. If you are the host school, contact the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association to obtain the sanction forms and begin 
the sanction process. The sanction process must be completed thirty (30) 
days prior to the event. 



BASKETBALL OPEN DATES 

December 15, January 5, January 29, Western Hills High School is looking for 

boys' basketball games (home or away). Contact Coach Harold Miller, 

(502)875-2900. 
December 3, January 25, Russell High School is looking for girls games (home 

or away). Contact Lafe Walter, A.D., (606)836-9650 
January 5-8, 1988, 4th Annual Bath County High School New Year Classic, needs 

four boys' teams to complete the field. Contact Coach Roy Wright 

(606)674-6236 (school) or (606)674-2469 (home). 
January 27-30, 1988, Boone County High School needs one girls' team for an 

eight (8) team tournament, contact Coach Nell Hensley (606)283-2795. 



NEW TRAINERS MANUAL A VALUABLE AID FOR SCHOOLS 

The Institute for Public and Private Sector Initiatives had produced a special 
booklet to aid high schools, called the "High School Sports Injury Manual". 
This manual is very informative, and according to several experienced 
trainers, it is easy to understand, with simple, easy to follow, 
instructions. This manual is very thorough, and could help each school system 
in Kentucky. The manual sells for $4.95 per copy, and is available by writing 
directly to the publisher at PPSI, 6991 East Camelback, #C-240, Scottsdale, 
Arizona, 85251. If a school or system orders in a large quantity, a discount 
is available. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1987 



PAGE SEVEN 



Basketball Assigning Secretaries Meeting Continued from Page Six 

Number 5. Junior Varsity Officials' Ratings. In an effort to 
insure that tfie junior varsity officials had an equal 
opportunity for advancement, separate rating sheets were 
mailed to the junior varsity and varsity coaches at 
each school. Despite the overwhelming response, nearly 
sixty percent of the JV coaches rated, it creates some 
ratings data that may or may not be valid. For example, a 
JV official who obtains a 55 from a JV coach, is 
more than likely not a 55 official at the varsity level, but in a 
purely mathematical sense, that official would be placed 
higher than an official who received a 50 from a 
varsity coach. SOLUTION - Though separate cards 
will still have to be maintained for evaluating junior varsity 
and varsity officials, only the varsity ratings will be 
compiled by the K.H.S.A.A. The junior varsity officials 
rating summaries will be forwarded to the Assigning 
Secretary for compilation and movement to the varsity 
level would be dictated by the local association Policy 
Board and the Assignment Secretary. In this manner, the 
officials can be ranl<ed on a comparative scale, and more 
equity can exist in the system. (A motion was made by Noel 
Hargis. seconded by Howard Gardner that the JV ratings 
be done as they were this year, but instead of the 
Association computing them, they will be sent to the 
Assigning Secretaries so that they can use these ratings 
to move the officials up to varsity roster. The motion also 
called for approval of the solutions to problems 1 
through 4 as previously listed. The vote was unanimous). 
Number 6. Coaches inability to rate on a 60 scale. Despite 
the overwhelming response from the schools, nearly 85 
percent of the schools turned in ratings, many of 
the schools differed in their evaluation standard. To one 
coach, the best official he or she had in a game 
might have been a 60, but to another, the best official might 
have only been a 45. Part of this problem appears to have 
been the sixty point scale. SOLUTION - Though the 
problem may never be able to be totally alleviated, one 
possible alternative would be to modify the scale to be 
used. Next season, the ratings from the coaches will be on 
a 100 point scale, with the computer reducing the 
total to the sixty percent. In this manner, the schools and 
their coaches will be able to evaluate officials on 
the same grading scale that they use every day in class, 
and hopefully, be more objective and fair to the officials. 
The same will also be done to the assigning secretary 
evaluations, for basically the same reasons. Also, this 
allows for the assigning secretary to differentiate between 
two officials who may be very close in ability. (A 
motion was made by Bill Burton, seconded by Paul Dotson 
that the previous suggested solution be approved. 
The motion carried unanimously). 

Number 7. Coaches giving low ratings to all officials. This 
problem will never be solved completely due simply to the 
competitive nature of most coaches and their disdain 
towards many officials. However, we can take a step in the 
rightdirection. SOLUTION - Any rating of an official below 
50 percent (on a 100 scale) will have to be substantiated in 
writing by the coach, or it will be disregarded. In 
this manner, coaches may still honestly critique officials 
that they feel are inferior, but will not be able to 
blanket rate every official down because of a bad season, 
or whatever reason. These explanations of low ratings will 
be forwarded to the assigning secretary for use in 
constructive evaluation of the official. The assigning 
secretaries suggested that Mr. Wise stress during his state 
clinics that if coaches abused their rating privileges a 
change in the current policy of 60 percent of the 
rating coming from the coaches might have to be 
considered. (A motion was made by Noel Hargis. 
seconded by Jerry Kimmel, that the above suggested 
solution be adopted, including the references to the clinic. 
The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion). 



Number 8. Cheating on the exam. To deny the knowledge 
of cheating on the Part II exam would be a great display of 
naivete. However, it is grossly unfair to have a fifteen point 
spread on an exam in which so much benefit could be 
derived from cheating. Regardless of how the test 
is being obtained, it is being obtained prematurely, 
and is being used. SOLUTION - The Part II exam 
will count only five percent towards the evaluation 
score instead of the fifteen percent it currently counts. Any 
person taking the supervised exam and making a 
score of 75 percent or better, will receive the 5 points. This 
does not however, affect the requirements for particular 
exam scores to advance to the approved and certified 
ratings within the Association. (A motion by Don Stacy and 
seconded by Noel Hargis to adopt the suggested solution 
was passed by a unanimous vote). 
Number 9. Assigning Secretary needed more than fifteen 
points. The change to fifteen points was a major one, and 
left many of the assigning secretaries with a problem in 
evaluating officials, that being differentiating between 
many officials with only a small point spread. SOLUTION - 
As discussed earlier, the evaluation will be on a 1 00 points 
system by the assigning secretary. This will help part of the 
problem. Also, the ten points lost from the test re-structure 
will go to the assigning secretary percentage, as will five 
more points when the state clinic (no make up) is changed 
to count for five points rather than ten. (A motion 
was made by Roy Winchester, seconded by Bob Miller 
that the above suggested solution be adopted. The motion 
passed unanimously). 

Number 10. Combined ratings caused trouble and 
confusion. SOLUTION - Simple. Combined ratings will not 
be published. The only ratings that will be available to the 
assigning secretaries prior to the State Tournament 
are those varsity officials eligible to call post season 
tournaments. The complete list including those not 
eligible for post season will not be available after 
the State Tournaments to allow time for corrections by the 
assigning secretaries to the information as compiled. 
(Paul Dotson made a motion, seconded by Bill Burton that 
the combined ratings be eliminated and that the ratings 
not be given to the officials until after all regular 
season games have been played. The motion was 
passed by unanimous vote. To further clarify the matter, a 
motion was made by Bobby Crager. seconded by Mike 
Cobb, that no ratings be released by the Assigning 
Secretaries until the last day of February. The motion 
passed unanimously). 

Number 11. Sixty/Forty. A major scheduling problem. 
Substitutions, last minute games, all wrecked havoc with 
the percentages that had already been drawn up. 
During discussion, it was pointed out that the forty (40) 
percent requirement left most officials with between 9 and 
12 games in that gender. SOLUTION - The 60/40 
requirement is to be amended, allowing for Associations 
to adopt a fixed number of games requirement in 
order to be eligible for post season. To accomplish this, a 
fixed number of games will have to be worked in girls 
competition to be eligible for girls post season, and a fixed 
number of games will have to be worked in boys 
competition to be eligible for boys post season. (A motion 
was made by Jerry Pickrell, seconded by Noel Hargis that 
60/40 requirement be maintained, but the Assigning 
Secretary may at his/her discretion, substitute a ten (10) 
game requirement in lieu of the forty (40) percent 
requirement. Assigning Secretaries choosing this option 
shall utilize the same method (40 percent or 10 games) for 
their entire Association, and will report to the K.H.S.A.A. as 
to which method is being used at the time they submit 
local association rosters. The motion passed by unan- 
imous vote). 



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Basketball Assigning Secretaries Meeting Continued from Page Seven 

Number 12. The dropping of high and low ratings. It 
appeared thatdropping the high and low ratingsdid more 
harm than good. Some officials were denied the oppor- 
tunity for post season tournament because, after drop- 
ping the high and low, they did not have enough 
ratings. Also, spot checking showed that by re-figurIng 
with the high and low not dropped, very little change 
occurred in the ratings. SOLUTION - No longer drop the 
high and low. (A motion was made by Howard Gardner, 
seconded by Roy Winchester that all ratings be used 
instead of dropping the high and low. The motion 
carried by unanimous vote). 
Following this portion of the meeting several items were on 

the agenda for discussion. 
No action was taken on the question of whether or not to 

give five points of the assigning secretaries' portion of the 

rating to attendance of a designated number of association 

meetings. 

After a discussion on requirements for officials getting post 
season games, a motion was made by Larry Boucher that a 
smaller number of ratings be required for getting a district 
game than for the regional and state tournament games. The 
motion died for lack of a second, A motion made by Bob 
Miller, seconded by Bobby Crager that officials must have 10 
ratings from girls' coaches and 10 ratings from boys coaches 
in order to officiate games in that particular gender's post 
season tournaments. The vote was 7 in favor, 7 against and 2 
abstaining. The motion failed. A motion made by Bobby 
Crager, seconded by Paul Dotson, that in order to officiate 
post season, an official must have 8 ratings (either girls or 
boys, depending on tournament) to be eligible for games. The 
motion carried with a vote of 15-1 

In other items of business: Jim Henley made a motion, 
seconded by Bobby Crager that the deadline for registering 
new officials m basketball and re-registration for basketball 
officials paying the late registration fine (since deadline for 
re-registration is June 30 for all officials) be changed to 
December 1, replacing the old deadline of January 1. The 
motion passed by unanimous vote. 

There was then a discussion regarding coaches who failed 
to submit ratings. Suggestion included suspending the 
coach, denying state tournament ticket privileges, denying 
participation in the district tournament, and/or a momentary 
fine. After a lengthy discussion, there was a motion made by 
Jerry Kimmel, seconded by Bob Miller, that it be rec- 
ommended to the Board of Control that a coach be 
suspended for a 2 week period if they do not send in their 
ratings. This suspension would be for the last two weeks in 
February The motion passed with a vote of 15-1, 

It was then moved by Jerry Kimmel, seconded by Jim 
Henley that it be recommended to the Board of Control that 
officials only wear one patch (the KHSAA patch) on their shirt 
when officiating games for member schools. The motion 
passed without dissension. 

It was then moved by Jim Henley, seconded by Bill Burton, 
that the Board of Control mandate that schools and/or host 
site representatives pay officials immediately following the 
conclusion of the district tournaments for their work in the 
district tournament, and immediately following the con- 
clusion of the regional tournament for their work in the 
regional tournament. It was brought out that some officials are 
not getting paid for several weeks following close of these 
tournaments. This motion passed unanimously. 

there was then a discussion concerning transfer officials 
and their placement on the varsity roster and subsequent 
game assignments. This problem comes up every year in 
some region or another, and a proposal was devised to try 
and solve the problem. The proposed transfer policy is as 
such: 



I, This policy effects both infra-region transfers within 
the state of Kentucky, and transfer from out of state. 

II, Any official transferring into a local association 
in the state of Kentucky with 10 or more years 
officiating experience at the high school level or 
greater; who notifies the local Assigning Secretary 
prior to September 1 of the fall preceding the basket- 
ball season of their intent to join that local Association; 
who IS current on all registration requirements to the 
local Association and the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association; and who left his/her previous 
state or region as a member in good standing 
and on the varsity level; shall be entitled to the 
following; 

a. Shall be automatically placed on the local Associ- 
ation varsity roster; 
b- Shall be assigned a minimum of seven contests. 
This will allow the official the opportunity to 
receive the minimum number of coaches eval- 
uations required for a state rating; 
c. The local Assigning Secretary shall be en- 
couraged to evaluate this official at the earliest 
possible opportunity for possible future assign- 
ment. 
These officials shall however, be required to fulfill all 
other requirements as stated in either the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Constitution and 
By-Laws, or by the local association by-laws provided 
the member is informed of these requirements prior to 
joining. 

III. Any official transferring into a local association in the 
state of Kentucky with 10 or more years officiating 
experience at the high school level or greater who 
notifies the local Assigning Secretary on or after 
September 1 of the fall preceding the basketball 
season of their intent to join that local Association; who 
IS current on all registration requirements to the local 
Association and the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association; and who left his/her previous state or 
region as a member in good standing and on the 
varsity level; shall be entitled to the following; 

a. Should be considered for placement on the local 
Association varsity roster; 

b. Should be assigned a minimum of seven varsity 
contests. This will allow the ofticial the opportunity 
to receive the minimum number of coaches 
evaluations required for a state rating. If the varsity 
schedule has already been completed, assigning 
secretaries are encouraged to use these officials 
as either substitutes in varsity contests or in junior 
varsity contests where a fair evaluation of 
ability can be obtained; 

c. The local Assigning Secretary shall be en- 
couraged to evaluate this official at the earliest 
possible opportunity for possible future assign- 
ment. 

These officials shall however, be required to fulfill all 
other requirements as stated in either the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Constitution and 
By-Laws, or by the local association by-laws provided 
the member is informed of these requirements prior to 
joining, 

IV. Any official transferring in who does not meet the 
requirements of Parts II or III, should be utilized at the 
discretion of the Assigning Secretary, with en- 
couragement to be evaluated at the earliest op- 
portunity for the purpose of future assignments. 

V. Membership in good standing should be verified by the 
previous Assigning Secretary, Association President, 
or the equivalent. Good standing with the state 
Association can be verified through the K,H,S,A,A, 

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Basketball Assigning Secretaries Meeting Continued from Page Eight 

After much discussion, it was moved by Howard Gardner, 
seconded by Bill Burton, that ttiis policy not be adopted. It was 
felt that the local policy committee and Assignmg Secretary 
needed to be able to observe and evaluate each official and 
determine their ability to officiate. The motion was passed by 
a vote of 8-6 with two abstentions. 

Several assigning secretaries mentioned they had had 
some complaints from officials that cheerleaders were 
impeding proper officiating under the baskets by standing in 
the official's way. Mr. Wise stated that while the Association 
had no direct jurisdiction over the cheerleaders and nothing 
can be done to discipline that particular group, if it infringes 
on the playing of the contest, the Association could exercise 
some authority. He told the assigning secretaries that he will 
be sending a letter to the principals and athletic directors 
appraising them of the problem, and will mention the problem 
at the summer principals' meeting and at his state clinics. No 
other action was taken on this problem. 

There was some discussion on recruiting and retaining 
good officials. A couple of suggestions were: (1) sending 
name of tournament officials to their local paper and being 
sure they get some publicity in the Athlete (2) would like to see 
the State issue some sort of certificate once an official had 
reached a certain number of years of service. Since several 
districts rotate officials nightly during their tournaments, the 
feasibility of item (1) was questioned. The names are made 
available, when available, to all inquiring press repre- 
sentatives. On point (2) it will be presented to the Board of 
Control. 

The assigning secretaries would like to go on record as 
stating there are too many whistles blown during a ball game 
which may not necessarily be essential to officiating the 
contests, particularly with the Federation requirement for 
blowing the whistle prior to putting the ball in play on all 
possessions. As a voting member of the National Federation 
Basketball Rules Committee, Mr. Wise will bring the point 
before the committee at the next possible date 

Mr. Wise then reported that he and Julian had attended a 
meeting in Dayton with representatives of Indiana, Michigan, 
Ohio and West Virginia regarding the Multiple State Re- 
ciprocal Registration agreement for registering as an official 
in all states with just one registration fee. The problems 
encountered in the agreement this year were particularly 
important with regards to the new ratings system as some 
information was particularly hard to obtain from certain 
states, and even unavailable from one state. For this and 
many other reasons, Mr. Wise informed the Assigning 
Secretaries that the agreement has been suspended for at 
least one year, and the states would be meeting in the next 
few months to try and work out some of the problems. He 
informed the secretaries that it is important to communicate 
this information to the officials so that they will be able to 
register on time. 

The calendar for the Assigning Secretaries for the coming 
year is as follows; 



Official 



KHSAA 



DATE 

May 1- 

June 30 
June 30 



DUTY 

Re-Registration of all officials 



RESPONSIBLE 
PARTY 

KHSAA/Officials 



Deadline for re-registration without Offii 

fine. 
Sept. 1 Mail to all Assigning Secretaries KHJ 

complete list of officials to use in 

recording local association 

membership 
Oct. 5-29 KHSAA State Rules Clinics. Sign in KH5 

lists to be provided by clinician 
It is important to prepare your Associ- 
ation members for the sign in procedure 
to help avoid unnecessary delays. 



Deadline for loining local associ- 
ation 
Rating cards mailed to all coaches 

by KHSAA 
Submit list of local association Assign Secretary 

members to KHSAA oWice on forms 

provided. 
Submit scratch lists from schools to 

the KHSAA on forms provided. 
Part II Exams and list of officials 

mailed to each assigning secretary 
Deadline for registration of new 
officials. 

Deadline for registration of renew 
officials even with paying fine 
National Federation Part II Exam. 
Deadline for returning Part II Exam 

scores to KHSAA on lists provided. 
Boys and Girls Rating Summary 

Sheets mailed to schools 
Assigning Secretary Ratings due to Assign Secretary 

KHSAA. due for boys and girls. 
School Rating Summary Sheets due Schools 

to KHSAA, to include games played 

after turning in 1987 ratings. 
Mail list of new recruited officials Assign. Secretary 

and other requirements to KHSAA 
Tournament assignments due to Assign Secretary 

KHSAA 
Assigning Secretaries may release 

ratings information 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 



Nov 


2 


Nov 


2 


Nov 


9 


Nov 


9 


Nov 


16 


Dec. 


1 


Dec 


1 


Dec 


7 


Dec. 


17 


Jan 


15 


Feb 


1 


Feb 


1 


Feb 


1 


Feb. 


19 


Feb 


29 



Assign. Secretary 



KHSAA 



New officials 



Assign Secretary 
Assign. Secretary 



KHSAA 



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1987-88 BASKETBALL 
ASSIGNING SECRETARIES 



REGION I: Jim Henley, Route 1, Box 237, Bardwell 42023, 
Home: 502-628-3536, Business: 502-628-5476. 
REGION II: Bill Burton, P.O. Box 21 7, Eddyville 42038, Home 
502-388-9980, Business: 502-388-7248 
REGION III: Jerry Kimmel, Box 86, Beechmond 42323 Home: 
502-476-2656. 

REGION IV: Mike Cobb, 525 Ashmoor, Bowling Green 421 01 . 
Home: 502-781-5139, Business: 502-842-0089 Business. 
REGION V: Howard Gardner, 810 McCullum Avenue, Elizabeth- 
town 42701, Home: 502-765-6273. 

REGION VI & VII: Carol Funk, 3501 Illinois Avenue, C-11, 
Louisville 40213, Home: 502-458-1 167. 
REGION JV: Robert Weihe, 1897 Princeton Drive, Louisville 
40205, Home: 502-459-6397, Business: 502-776-4651 
REGION VIII: Roy Winchester, Bethlehem 40007, Home: 502- 
845-5040, Business. 502-845-2375. 

REGION IX: Bob Miller, 197 Holiday Lane, Fort Thomas 
41075, Home: 606-441-5885, Business: 606-292-3064 
REGION X & XI: Larry Boucher, Frankfort 40601, Home: 
502-227-9976, Business 502-564-6927 
REGION JV: Jerry Pickrell, 592 Merrimac Drive, Lexington 
40503, Home: 606-223-4555. 

REGION XII: Noel Hargis, 1 1 2 Fisher Drive, Somerset 42501 , 
Home: 606-679-6417. 

REGION XIII: Ray Canady, Box 244, Barbourville 40906, 
Home: 606-546-4765, Business: 606-546-4175. 
REGION XIV: Don Stacy, Route 1, Box 835, Hazard 41701, 
Home: 606-439-4605, Business: 606-439-1970. 
REGION XV: Paul Dotson, Box 83, Belfry 41514, Home: 606- 
631-1841, Business: 606-353-7230, 

REGION XVI: Bobby Crager, 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flat- 
woods 41139. Home: 606-836-6069, Business: 606-836- 
8186. 



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1987-88 NATIONAL FEDERATION VOLLEYBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



natch, the length of the games i 



SITUATION: #28: During a |unior vans! 

shortened to (a) 1 1 points, (b) 4 minutes. 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: The length of games may also be modified m mvitatJonal tournaments 

and state playoffs. (1-6-1 Note) 

SITUATION #29: Team As first hit sends the ball into the ceiling above its side of 

the net extended The ball strikes a rafter and rebounds into another rafter before 

dropping back into play, then it is hil over the net by another member of Team A. 

RULING: Legal, play continues (2-2-1. 2-3-1g) 

SITUATION #30: CF on Court A reaches into Court B to play a ball that has broken 

the plane of the sidelme (Court Bis an adjacent court scheduled for play) CFdoes 

not step on or across the sideline, only reached into the court. 

RULING: Oul-ot-bounds. point or side-out 

COMMENT: The ball is out-of-bounds the moment it enters a nonplayable area 

-Court Bin this particular situation (2-3-1h) 

SITUATION #31: An official m a: (a) playable area, (b) non-playable area within 6 

feet of the court, (c) non-playable area further than 6 feet from the court, interferes 

with a player's legitimate effort to play a ball. 

RULING: Ball is dead In (a) and (b) a replay is declared, in (c) point or side-out is 

awarded the opponent (2-4-1) 

SITUATION #32: A player enters a non-playable area after she legally saves the 

bail 

RULING: Out-of-bounds; point or side-out (2-4-1b. 2-4-Pen #2) 

SITUATION #33: Play is stopped to prevent player impact with a bleacher which is 

(a) less than 6 feet from the court, (b) more than 6 feet from the court. 

RULING: (a) A replay is declared, (b) point or side-out is awarded the opponent 

(2-4-1d, 2-4-Pen #1 and #2)" 

SITUATION #34: The game begins with the serve by the home team using a suede 

ball which the visiting team has never seen before. The visiting team challenges 

the legality of the game ball 

al provided it is "white" and meets all other 
e approves the ball prior to the match and is 
1 about removing a ball once play has begun. 



RULING: A suede volleyball is lee 
required specifications The refert 
responsible for making the decisic 
13-2-1, 5-3-1b) 
SITUATION #35: During the garr 



covered that a player is wearing 



RULING: Illegal equipment, the team is assessed an unnecessary dealy penalty. 

COMMENT: The earrings must be removed before the player returns to the game. 

(4-1-6, 4-1-Pen , 9-10-1g) 

SITUATION #36: Five players on Team B are wearing red knee pads while the 

other member is wearing white knee pads 

RULING: Legal Knee pads are not considered part of the uniform (4-2-1) 

SITUATION #37: A player on Team A has her shirt tucked in her shorts. Her 

number is located near her waist, but it is still clearly visible 

RULING: Legal (4-2-1) 

SITUATION #38: Two players seated on the bench are wearing number 20. Before 

attempting to enter the game, one player quickly changes her number to 30. 

RULING: The players would be allowed to enter the game However, a penalty 

would be assessed if it was necessary to change the roster/scorebook. (4-2-1. 

4-2-Pen #2) 

SITUATION #39: A team has a player with a (a) different color uniform; (b) number 

which IS not a solid color, (c) number which is loo small. 

RULING: Illegal uniform, point or sideout is awarded the opponent when the first of 

these players enters the match After the one point/ side-out. all players with illegal 

uniforms are eligible to enter the match (except those with no number or a 

duplicate number) (4-2-1. 4-2-Pen #1) 

SITUATION #40: After Team A's first time-out, the umpire notifies the referee and 

Team A's coach of its remaining time-outs. The umpire fails to inform Team B's 

coach of that team's remammg time-outs 

RULING: Acceptable procedure ([5-4-2d(1 1)] 

SITUATION #41: Player from Team A attempts a fourth entry into the game. The 

empire had not notified the coach from Team A when the player made a third entry 

into the game 

RULING: Illegal substitution, point or side-out. 

COMMENT: Although the umpire is supposed to carry out the notification 

described, the coach is ultimately responsible for the team adhering to the rules. 

[5-4-2d(12)] 

SITUATION #42: After confirming the score of the second game of a two-out-of- 

three match, (one win for each team) the timer starts the clock for intermission. The 

referee meets with the designated players for the com toss 

RULING: Correct procedure [5-6-3a(2)| 

SITUATION #43: The umpire and referee agree that they will not use line judges 

and none are assigned by the coaches 

RULING: Incorrect procedure Neither coaches no officials have the authority to 

set aside a rule (5-7-1) 

SITUATION #44: RB setter of the receiving team begins to run outside the RF 

before the serve is contacted. She does not overlap with RF but steps off the court. 



RULING: Illegal alignment if RB is still off the court when the serve is contacted; 

point to the opponents. (6-3-2b) 

SITUATION #45; Team A submits an inaccurate roster which is discovered: (a) 1 2 

minutes; (b) 5 minutes, prior to the start of the match. 

RULING: (a) no penalty, use preventive officiating techniques permitting Team Ato 

correct their roster, (b) inaccurate roster, point or side-out for Team B; and the 

roster for Team A is corrected. (7-2-Pen. #1) 

SITUATION #46: A player receiving a hard-dnven spike has prolonged contact 

with the ball. 

RULING: Illegal hit, point or side-out. (9-6-2c(1)l 

SITUATION #47: A player has multiple contacts during, (a) one attempt; (b) two 

attempts, to receive a hard-dnven spike which has been blocked by a teammate. 

RULING: (a) legal, (b) double hit. point or side-out. [9-6-2c(1)l 

SITUATION #48: A player loses her glasses: (a) after a winning spike, (b) during a 

rally 

RULING: The ball is dead (a) point or side-out. {b) replay. [9-9-1d(2)] 

SITUATION #49: A player on Team A is injured when she: (a) falls to save a hard 

driven spike, (b) keeps the ball in play 

RULING: (a) Point or side-out awarded to Team B; (b) replay is declared. [9-9- 

1d(2), 11-4-1] 

SITUATION #50: A ball becomes motionless in the rafters above a playable area: 

(a) after the second hit, (b) after the third hit. 

RULING: (a) Replay, (b) or side-out awarded the opponents. [9-9-1e(3)] 

SITUATION #51: A coach steps out m front of his team's bench to call in 

instructions to his players 

RULING: Unsportsmanlike conduct; point or side-out. (12-2-4h) 



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& 



1987-88 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOCCER 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 



SITUATION #1 : An official awards a penalty kick lo Team A after a player on Team 
B committed an mternationai direct free kick foul withm his/her own penalty area- 
Team B's goalkeeper is injured on the play and attended lo on the field. An official 
allows Team B to substitute the injured goalkeeper with a goalkeeper from the 
bench prior to the taking of the penalty kick 
RULING: Legal (3-3-3 exception) 

SITUATION #2: Player A1 is disqualified for violent misconduct in the penalty area 
and a penalty kick is awarded to Team B. The coach of Team B substitutes for B1 , 
who has suffered an injury, and designates the substitute as the player to take the 
penalty kick. 

RULING: Illegal. When the clock is stopped for a penalty kick and a substitution is 
allowed for an injury or caution, the substitute shall not take the penalty kick 
(3-3-3 exception) 

SITUATION #3; Player A1 is disqualified for foul and abusive language. The 
goalkeeper B1 changes places with teammate B2 who is m the game at the time of 
the disqualification of A1 The official is notified and both B1 and 82 become 
properly dressed 

RULING: Legal The clock is stopped for the disqualification. When the CLOCK is 
stopped, one of the players on the field may change places with the goalkeeper 
(3-3-9) 

SITUATION #4: Team A comes on the field to start the game with eight players 
wearing blue "sweat" pants Six players have the pants under their uniform shorts 
and two have them over their uniform shorts, (a) The reteree does not allow the two 
players wearing "sweat" pants outside to play, (b) the referee does not allow any of 
the eight players to play 

RULING: In (a) legal, (b) illegal The six with sweat pants all alike and under their 
uniform meet the standard and should be allowed to play- It is not necessary (or 
any certain number of players to wear sweats. Only that all players wearing them 
shall do so properly. (4-1 - 1 ) 

SITUATION #5: The goalkeeper's uniform of Team A consists of a jersey which is 
distinctly different from that of his teammates and both socks are the same color, 
but different from that of his teammates or his jersey. 
RULING: Legal The goalkeeper's lersey shall bedistmctlydifferentfromthatof his 



nates and the 



ks shall be the same color, but not necessarily 

)cks or his jersey (4-1-1) 

with a plaster cast or hard 
th soft foam rubber 



olorof both 
the same color of his teammates' 
SITUATION #6: Player A1 is allowed to enter the garr 
sp'int on his wrist (a) not padded, (b) heavily padded 
RULING: In (a) and (b), illegal. (40201) 

SITUATION #7: Player B1 is sent off the field by the referee because 81 is wearing 
illegal equipment. The coach ot Team B requests permission to substitute for 81 
The official permits the substitution. 
RULING: Illegal (4-2-4) 

SITUATION #8: During the course of the game, the home team refuses to provide 
two ballholders The referee suspends play and instructs the home team coach 
that the game may be terminated if two ballholders are not provided 
RULING: Legal (5-1-1.5-3-2) 

SITUATION #9: As the officials enter the field of play, the head referee observes 
two opposing players swearing at each other and (a) the referee disqualifies both 
from further participation in the game, (b) both teams start the game with eleven 
players. 

RULING: In (a) and (b), legal, (a) The official's jurisdiction begins when they enter 
the field of play. (5-1 -2) (b) There shall be eleven on each team when the game 
starts (3-1-2) 

SITUATION #10: The league tournament committee establishes a procedure that 
the official time be kept on the stadium clock until the last two minutes of each 
period. At that time, the stadium clock is to be stopped and the remaining lime kepi 
on the field by (a) the head referee, (b) a designated official scorer who counts 
down and calls to the nearest official the last 10 seconds of each period 
RULING: Legal in both (a) and (b) (6-2) 

SITUATION #1 1 : After the completion of a regular season tie game and prior to the 
two 10-minule overtime periods, the opposing coaches agree to conduct a 
penalty kick tie-breaker to determine the winner if the game remains tied after the 
two overtime periods 

RULING: Illegal. A tied game may only be resolved by not exceeding two overtime 
periods of 10 minutes each, excluding tournament play. (7-3-1) 
SITUATION #12: While in the air a player from Team A attempts to head the ball 
and a player from Team 8 intenlionally charges him The head referee stops the 
game and awards a direct free kick to Team A. 

RULING: Legal. A fair shoulder charge requires both players to have at least one 
foot on the ground. (12-4-1. 13-2-1) 

SITUATION #1 3: The goalkeeper takes a step while holding the ball and then rolls 
the ball to a teammate within the penalty area. The ball is played back to the 
goalkeeper who then takes four more steps. 

RULING: Illegal The ball shall leave the penalty area before a goalkeeper may 
retake possession of the ball after it has been played by a teammate. (12-7-1) 



SITUATION #14: The coach of Team A is disqualified by the head referee for using 
foul language and is directed lo leave the vicinity of the playing area The coach 
goes to the bleachers and continues contact with team members The head 
referee reminds the coach that this is a violation ot the rules and he/she is lo leave 
the area without further contact with his/her players. The coach refuses in the 
grounds that non one is remaining to supervise the team. The head referee then 
terminates the game. 
RULING: Legal. (12-8-3) 

SITUATION #15: Team A has the ball in the penalty area of Team 8 The coach of 
Team B uses foul language and the official immediately stops play, ejects the 
coach and awards a penalty kick to Team A 

RULING: Illegal. A penalty kick may only be awarded when a direct tree kick foul is 
intentionally committed by a defender inside his own penalty area (14-1-1) Any 
unsportsmanlike act by bench personnel may only result in the award of an 
indirect free kick taken from the location ot the ball at the time of the violation. 
(12-8-4 Penalty} 

SITUATION #16: The goalkeeper for Team A takes more than four steps while in 

possession of the ball before releasing the ball into play The official awards Team 

B an indirect free kick from the spot of the infraction, which is less than ten yards 

from the goal line Team A lines up on the goal line between the goal posts to 

defend the free kick. 

RULING: Legal (13-3-1) 

SITUATION #1 7: Team A is awarded a penalty kick. Al kicks the ball two yards in a 

forward direction from the point of the penalty kick Teammate A2 enters the 

penalty area and kicks the ball mto the goal 

RULING: Legal (14-1-5) 

SITUATION #18: Player Al is taking a penalty kick and the ball hits the goalkeeper 

m the leg bouncing back to player Al who shoots the ball into the goal 

RULING: Legal (14-1-5) 

SITUATION #19: Player A is taking a throw-in. As the player starts to throw the ball 

m, he moves up the touch line 4 or 5 yards from where the ball went out and makes 

the throw-in 

RULING: Illegal (15-1-3) 

SITUATION #20: While makinc 

ball IS properly released 

RULING: Legal. (15-1 -3) 

SITUATION #21: Player A takes a throw-i 

the ball before anyone touches the ball 

RULING: Illegal (15-1-4) 

SITUATION #22: As a goalkeeper prepan 

a teammate just outside the penalty a 

stands between the goalkeeper and his teammate. 

RULING: Illegal. Players opposing the kicker shall re 

until the ball moves out of the penally area (16-1-2) 

SITUATION #23: Team A is awarded a goal kick. Player Al places the ball on the 

ground inside the goal area and begins to run out of the penalty area Player A2 

kicks the ball which hits Player A 1 and deflects mto the goal of Team A. The official 

awards a goal to Team B 

RULING: Illegal A goal may not be socred because the ball failed to leave the 

penalty area and enter the field of play The goal kick shall be repealed (16-1-3) 

SITUATION #24: A player lakes a corner kick, and he kicks the ball straight over 

the goal ime. The ball neverentersthefieldof play. The officials rule the ball never 

went into play and awards another corner kick. 

RULING: Illegal The ball is kicked from the corner area which is inside teh field of 

play When the ball goes over the goal Ime it is leaving the field of play, and a goal 

kick must be awarded to the opponents (17-1-3, 16-1-1) 

SITUATION #25: Player "A " is injured on a play which results in a penalty kick for 

Team "A" Team "A's" coach substitutes for the injured player who does not lake 

the penalty kick Team "B's " coach also tries to substitute but the referee refuses. 

RULING: Legal The only subslilution allowed at this time is for the injured or 

cautioned player (3-3-3 exception) 



-in, player Al stepson the touchlme 



and then runs onto the field and plays 



s to take a goal kick and pass the ball to 
an opponent enters the penalty area and 



3in outside the penalty area 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1987 



3Av 



1987-88 NATIONAL FEDERATION SWIMMING & DIVING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Case Book 

Maior Rule Revisions — Change 2-7-2 to 2-7-8. 

Page 13 — Rule 3-4-5 — Change "race" to "event". 

Page 13 — Rule 3-4-Pen 2 and 4e — Change "race" to "event" 
SITUATION ffl: Prior to a meet, a written contract containing items which require 
mutual consent is sent to the visiting school The contract is signed, with no 
exceptions, and returned. When the visiting school arrives at the pool, their coach 
declares the contract invalid and refuses to compete his swimmers and divers 
RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: A signed contract is considered written prior mutual consent 
However, health and safety factors with the facilities and equipment could lustify 
reconsideration of the contract 

SITUATION #2: When automatic timing equipment is used, there must be a 
manual timing device on each lane as back up 
RULING: Correct procedure, (2-7-8) 

SITUATION #3: During a championship meet a competitor is entered in both 
relays and iwo individual events 
RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: Being designated as a member of a relay team does not count as an 
entry until the competitor actually competes in the event which is interpreted to 
mean when the final entry card with 4 names on it is turned in. (3-2-2) 
SITUATION #4: As a swimmer steps to the startmg blocks, the referee notices that 
the swimmer is using an excessive amount of rubdown oil. The referee requires 
the swimmer to wipe off the excess oil before competing in the race. 
RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: It the competitor uses an excessive amount of time removing the 
excess oil, he/she can be disqualified for a false start since he/she unnecessarily 
delayed the start of the race (3-3-2, 8-1-3) 

SITUATION #5: In the freestyle relay, the team in lane 3 takes over the lead during 
the last leg of the race to wm the event An excited relay team member lumps into 
the pool to congratulate his teammate before all teams have completed the race 
The team m lane 3 is disqualified, however Iheir teammates m lanes 1 and 5 are not 
disqualitied 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: For a violation by an individual member of a relay team only 
disqualifies the relay team of which he/she is a member, (3-5-5, 2-5-PEN #3. 
3-5-PEN tt4e) 

SITUATION #6: In a championship meet, the referee checks the tabulations and 
signs the scoresheet Team A is declared the winner and Team B is second The 
next day il is discovered that some points actually scored by Team B were 
tabulated for Team A The correction is made and Team B is declared the winner 
RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: The meet score can be reviewed and verified errors corrected within 
24 hours of the completion of the meet (4-2-3) 

SITUATION #7: The stroke )udge observes and signals an illegal kick as a 
swimmer m the judge s assigned lane pushes off the wall during the breaststroke 
event When the race is completed, the stroke judge reports the violation to the 
referee, but the turn ludge states that he/she did not see the violation The 
swimmer is disqualified 
RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT; The stroke judge is responsible for examining the swimming strokes 
ofcompelilorsin thelanesassigned tohim/her.from theend walll toend wall The 
turn judge could also unilaterally disqualify a swimmer for an illegal last stroke 
prior to the turn of the first full stroke off the turn (4-4-2, 4-5-2a) 
SITUATION ttS: In a championship meet using dual confirmation for relay take- 
offs, the laneiudge records a violation on the third swimmer in lane 2 Thepoolside 
takeoff judge records no such violation in lane 2 The referee does not disqualify 
the team m lane 2 

RULING: Correct procedure (4-6-2c) 

SITUATION #9: Six hours after the completion of a dual meet, it is discovered that a 
swimmer from Team A competed in 4 events — the 200 medley relay 50 freestyle, 
100 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay 

RULING: Team As 400 freestyle relay team which had the illegal swimmer on it is 
disqualified and the team scores are adjusted accordingly 

COMMENT: Meet scores may be reviewed and corrected within 24 hours of the 
completion of the meet, for errors m tabulation, team position or illegal swimmers 
fvlisapplication and/or misinterpretation of the rules by an official cannot result in 
a change in score (4-2-3) 

SITUATION #10: In a championship meet between consolations and finals, the 
swimmer assigned to lane 4 in the final heat slips and injures himself/herself and 
cannot compete The championship finals are condocted short one svi/immer, 
RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: In a championship meet, if a finalist becomes ill or is injured prior to 
the consolation finals, an alternatequalifierisused to guarantee a full complement 
of finalists (5-4-6) 



SITUATION #1 1 : In the finals of the 50 yard freestyle, there is a tie for second place. 

The second and third place points are divided between the tied competitors 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: In case of a tie by 2 or more competitors, the points for all places 

involved in the tie shall be divided equally (7-1-4) 

SITUATION #12: A meet which is suspended due to power failure is competed at a 

later date The first event is the diving event because the 50 yard freestyle was the 

last completed event prior to the power failure. All times and points made prior to 

the suspension shall stand, 

RULING: Correct procedure unless State Association rules determine otherwise. 

(7-2-4) 

SITUATION #13: A diver starts his/her approach, hesitates, starts again, then 

hesitates again before completing the dive, 

RULING: Two balks; failed dive (9-7-5) 



mer on the starling platform assumes a crouched 
I the front edge of the block, prior to the command. 



SITUATION #14: A swi 

position, with both feet c 

"Swimmers, take your mt 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: The upright standing position is no longer required. (8-1 -1) 

SITUATION #15: A breaststroker's head breaks the surface of the water as his/her 

arms pull backward during the second arm stroke following a turn. 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: The head must breakf the surface prior to the recover phase of the 

second stroke off a turn. (8-2-2) 

SITUATION #16: The referee observes a breaststroker lowering iis/her head 

below the surface of the water during each stroke cycle. 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: The head must break the water surface some time during each stroke 

cycle 

SITUATION #17: Upon the command, "Swimmers, take your mark." the swimmer 

in lane 3 enters the pool before the startmg device is activated 

RULING: Swimmer in lane 3 is disqualified for a false start, (8-1 -3b. 8-1 -PEN) 

SITUATION #18: An inward 1 '/; SS pike is announced. The diver tells the diving 

referee that he/she cannot perform the dive m a pike position The referee permits 

the diver to perform the dive m the tuck position, and notifies the score table to 

change the degree of difficulty for the dive. 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: Forcing a diver to perform the dive in pike position could create a 

dangerous situation for the competitor (9-3-5) 

SITUATTION #19: An inward 1 Vi SS tuck is announced The diver tells the diving 

referee that he/she cannot perform a 1 V; SS, and meant to record an inward 1 SS 

luck on his/her diving scoresheet. The diving referee explains to the diver that 

he/she cannolchange the number of the dive The diver performs an inward 1 SS 

tuck 

RULING: Failed dive (9-7-5a, 9-8-3a) 

SITUATION #20: A diver commits a balk while performing a dive. The referee 

deducts 2 points from each judges score after all the individual judges scores are 

awarded 

RULING: Correcl procedure 

COMMENT: To assure fair scoring, the referee does not declare a balk until the 

dive has been scored (9-5-5) 

SITUATION #21: While performing (a) dive 51 32 (forward 1 v? SS, 1 twist), (b) dive 

5233 (back i '-? SS, i '/; twists), a divef uses a tuck position 

RULING: In both (a) and (b), the diving referee shall declare the dives 

unsatisfactory and instruct judges as to the maximum award permitted 

COMMENT: The tuck position is permitted only on dives 5152, 5221, 5231, 5321 

and 5331 (9-5-6d, 9-7-3b) 

SITUATION #22: A diver performs dive 5233 (back 1 SS. 1 W twists) in free position. 

The referee sees only a straight position during the dive He/she calls for the 



RULING: Correct procedure 
COMMENT: Free position [ 
twisting dives, but does not r 



a combination of positions to be used on 
rily require more than one position (9-5-6d) 




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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLX, NO. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1987 



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Frank Watch 



Tom Buchanan 



Frank Welch, Principal of Belfry High School in 
Belfry and Tom Buchanan, Superintendent of the Lyon 
County Schools have been elected by their fellow 
K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control members to serve as 
President and Vice-President, respectively, of the 
Association for the 1987-88 school year. The two 
were elected at the annual summer meeting of the 
Board of Control at Lake Barkley State Park in July. 

Frank Welch has been associated with Belfry High 
School "just about as long as I can remember," he 
says. He began his career at Belfry 29 years ago as 
a classroom teacher. After eight years as a 

teacher, he was named Assistant Principal, a 
position he held for the next four years. The 
following year he was named Principal of the Pike 
County school, a position he has held for the last 
seventeen years. "I consider it a great honor to 
serve on the Board of Control, and an even higher 
honor to be chosen by my comrades on the Board as 
their President for the next year." 

Welch is in his fourth year as a member of the 
Board of Control representing Regions 15 and 16 and 
has seen much change during his tenure. "One of our 
more positive moves has been to petition to include 
women on the Board of Control, " he commented. "We 
have to resilize that a vast portion of our 
participants, and more so today, even our fellow 
administrators, are female, and that portion of the 
populous needs to be represented on our Board." 
Welch was one of the initiators of the plan to 
include the female representatives and feels it will 
do nothing but improve the Association. "I feel the 
newly elected females, assuming the plan is approved 
by the court, will face the same adjustment problems 
as any other new Bosird member, and once the 
adjustment is made, they vwll make a significant 
contribution to the management of high school 
athletics." 

Another significant event during Welch's tenure 
as a Board of Control member has been the creation 
of the DawahEires Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association High School Hall of Fame. "I am proud 
and privileged to be President at the time that the 
Hall of Fame is being fomied. It is one of our most 
significant accomplishments in the history of the 
Association, and I am also very pleased that the 
fine people of the Dawaheire family who have given so 
much to the young people, and to all people In 
Kentucky, have agreed to help financially with this 



ambitious project, " he commented. 

An active observer and advocate of improved 
officiating in all sports, Welch said he is 
particulariy pleased with recent progress in that 
area. "In my years on the Board, my fellow Board 
members and the Association staff have taken great 
strides to improve the officiating program, both in 
quantity and quality, and the new breed of official 
we are getting into the program now are superior in 
so many ways, " he said. "1 think this can be 
directly attributed to our increased emphasis on 
recruiting and the training of new officials in all 
sports." 

Welch cdso commented on one other subject. "I 
think the school administrators, athletes, and the 
people of Kentucky sometimes fail to realize the 
bargain that they get in terms of the work of the 
K.H.S.A.A. staff, " he said. 'They are an efficient 
team of workers who accomplish more work with fewer 
people than any organization of which 1 am aware, 
and 1 know 1 appreciate that work and think everyone 
involved in the high school program should 
appreciate that contribution." 

Welch, who received his B.A. from Pikeville 
College, his M.A. from Morehead, and his Rank I from 
Eastern Kentucky, is probably most proud however, 
when it comes to his family. "I have a lovely wife 
Geraldine who has stayed beside me for all these 
years, and two very fine daughters, (VIelody, a recent 
graduate of the University of Kentucky and currently 
an Assistant Librarian at Crawford Junior High in 
Lexington, and Claudine, a senior here at Belfry." 

Tom Buchanan, now in his third year on the Board 
of Control, is no stranger the athletics or to 
administration. A graduate of Lone Oak High School, 
he began his career in Texas as a teacher and coach 
in basketball, football, baseball and track 
following his graduation and receipt of his B.A. and 
IVI.A. from Eastern New Mexico University. He moved 
on to a high school principalship in Illinois before 
returning to Kentucky as a teacher and coach in 
Cariisle and Ballard counties. He then returned to 
administration as a middle school principal in 1976 
in Ballard county before taking the Lyon County 
superintendent position in 1980. Along the way, 
Buchanan received his Rank 1 certification in 1977 
from Mun-ay State. 

Buchanan says that being on the Board of Control 
is not always an easy job. "Sometimes you get 
terribly torn between the things you would like to 
see done for your home area, and the things you know 
are the best for the state as a whole, " he 
commented. 

"One of my goals, " Buchanan continued, "would 
be to see the Board of Control and the staff become 
an organization which anticipates the needs of our 
affiliates and makes changes accordingly, without 
meiking all of our changes as a result of reacting to 
the complaints and problems of our various 
constituencies." 

Buchanan is married to the fonner Ruth Ann 
Copeland and they have one son, Todd, and a 
daughter, Mindy. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1987 



NOVEMBER, 1987 VOL. XLX, NO. 4 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
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Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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K.H.S.A.A. 

TRACK AND FIELD 

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MEETING 



The K.H.S.A.A. Track and Field Committee met at the 
Association office in Lexington on November 5, 1987. The 
meeting vi^as called to order by Brigid L. DeVries, Assistant 
Commissioner at 1 :30 p.m. 

Members present were: Bro. Borgia, Charlie Ruter, Lyman 
Brown, Ralph McKinney, Jack Keller, Karen Vanover, Jean 
Wright and Bill Patton. Members absent were John Gettler, 
Joe Mahan and Ken Tnvette. 

Charlie Ruter distributed a Newsletter and reported on the 
Mason Dixon Games to be held on January 29 & 30 in 
Louisville at Broadbent Arena which is adjacent to Freedom 
Hall. The Mason Dixon Committee is coordinating efforts with 
the KICCCA to help secure more officials for the high school 
division, 

Ms. DeVries then called on Jean Wright to report on the 
Blue Grass State Games held in August. Mr. Ruter and Mrs. 
Wright both advised committee members that officials were 
needed for both the Mason Dixon and Blue Grass State 
Games. Also, Mrs. Wright said that any suggestions or format 
changes for the Blue Grass Games would be welcome. 

The first item on the Agenda was a discussion of the 
Regional and Sectional Track Meets and sites. It was noted 
that the wording on the Regional and Sectional Track Meet 
Information IV. should be changed to coincide with the 
Constitution & By-Laws as it relates to Contestant's injuries 
Bill Patton suggested that in championship meets with less 
than SIX teams participating, that the scoring 10-8-6-4-2-1 



still be used. This procedure was approved but will not go into 
effect until the 1989 track season. 

A discussion ensued with regard to the importance of the 
officials checking the weight specifications of each discus 
and shot put used in the regional and sectional meets. It was 
suggested that a regulation discus and shot put be provided 
by the meet managers in order to insure their proper weight 

Dates for the 1 988 meets are as follows: 

Regional Meets: May 14, 1988 

Sectional Meets: May 21, 1988 

State Meet: May 28, 1988 

The next item for discussion was the State Track Meet. It 
was decided that the three-turn stagger be used in the 1 600m 
relay and hopefully will eliminate bumping and pushing. Ms. 
DeVries asked Mr. Ruter to draw a diagram of the exchange 
zones and include a description of the exchange procedures. 
This new procedure will go into effect this year at the State 
Meet. 

Ms. DeVries then discussed an expanded track clinic 
format being considered to get more officials registered as 
well as improve coaches' attendance. Three suggestions will 
be recommended to the All-Sports Committee of the Board of 
Control for consideration: 1 ) the clinics be expanded to six to 
cover a larger area of the state beginning with the 1988-89 
school year; 2) the clinics be mandatory for coaches and 
officials; 3) area representatives of KICCCA provide ad- 
ditional instruction and makeup clinics in the regions they 
represent. 

The committee reviewed the State Meet time schedule. 
Following a lengthy discussion regarding the placement of 
the 3200m run it was decided to leave the order of events as it 
is. The only change would be a rotation of boys and girls in the 
field events. 

Two proposals were discussed at length regarding the 
alignment of schools into regions and sections effective this 
year. Some suggestions and revisions were made and both 
proposals will be submitted to the All -Sports Committee at the 
November Board of Control meeting. 

The 1988 clinic dates and tentative sites are as follows: 

Thursday, February 25, 1988, 7:00 p.m., St. Xavier H.S. 

Louisville. 
Tuesday, March 29, 1988, 7:00 p.m., Daviess County H.S. 

Owensboro. 
Thursday, March 31, 1988, 7:00 p.m.. Tales Creek H.S. 
- Lexington. 

The committee reimphasized that the following hurdle 
heights will be in effect this year. The girls 100m hurdles will 
be at 33 inches. The boys hurdle height for the 300m hurdles 
will be 36 inches. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



SPECIAL NOTES 

PART II EXAMS FOR BASKETBALL AND 
WRESTLING — DECEMBER 7 

The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. It 
will be given by the local assigning secretary and /or the 
KHSAA Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated by 
the KHSAA. Any exception to the above must be cleared with 
the Commissioner. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1987 



PAGE THREE 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT 
Lexington, Kentucky 



Bye 






November 2-7, 1987 








Madisonville 3 




Madisonville 













Atherton 






Elizabethtown 


Ballard 1 


Ballard 4 






5 


Atherton S 




Alherton 








1 






Henry Clay 








2 


Ballard 4 




Ballard 














Southwest Cliristian 












Southwest Christian 






Bye 












Ballard (Champion) 


Bye 








Dixie Heights 2 




Dixie Heights 








2 




Dixie Heights 3 






Male 


Montgomery County 1 


Dixie Heights 






1 


Male 


.-^^ 


Covington Catholic 




4-k 









sT 


Owensboro Catholic 




%> 




2 


Montgomery County 1 




Montgomery County 














Lafayette 












Lafayette 






Bye 







1987-88 Soccer Champions - Ballard High School 




Team Members: Kit Steimie, Jason Stanbury, Scott Beaver, Matt Cole, Jay Fall, Steve Wilier, Bobby Goodin, 
Adam Goebel, Aaron Willis, Matt Anderson, Andy Colville, Chris Mitchell, Chad Holloway, Tom Wakefield, Lee 
Weatherton, Tom Neff, Jay Spieden, Eric Arnold, Stuart Schram, Phillip Kim, Scott Basinger, Hunter King, 
Derek Porter, Toby Wilcox, Mike Huber, Alan Wright, Jason Martin, Chris Tobin, Greg Watson, Oan Mowry, 
David Molloy, Scott Minne, Jeremy Pearman, Ted Jewell, Kent Harris, Jimmy Harrison. Coaches: Tony Guffy, 
Dave Fernandez, Ken Demaree. 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1987 



1987-88 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




CLASS AAA BOYS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



Damian Nally, Lafayette 
Class AAA, Individual Champion 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Damian Nally 


Lafayette 


16:05.60 


2 


Mark Stuart 


Daviess Co. 


16:07.50 


3 


Rashid Derricks 


Ballard 


16:26.10 


4 


Wesley Reed 


Pulaski Co. 


16:32.80 


5 


Howard Shoaf 


Trinity 


16:34.40 


6 


Ed Holloway 


Valley 


16:38.90 


7 


Carl Dillard 


Christian Co. 


16:43.50 


8 


Victor Sheriff 


Apollo 


16:43.90 


9 


Donnie Estep 


Southern 


16:45.60 


10 


Josii Henson 


Shelby Co. 


16:47.20 


11 


Adam Henson 


Shelby Co. 


16:48.70 


12 


Aaron Payne 


Pulaski Co. 


16:49.10 


13 


Kyle Moldrem 


Oldham Co. 


16:51.80 


14 


Jay Walker 


Pulaski Co. 


16:53.50 


15 


Jay Lilly 


Holy Cross 


16:54.50 



CLASS AAA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Pulaski Co 77 

2 Trinity 79 

3 Lafayette 147 

4 Shelby Co 160 

5 Apollo 181 

6 Oldham Co 1 88 

7 Holy Cross 200 

8 Daviess Co 205 

9 Central 212 

10 Holmes 221 

1 1 Warren Central 273 

12 Pleasure Ridge Park 297 

13 Ballard 305 

14 St. Xavier 307 

15 Fairdale .' 322 

16 Boone Co 409 



PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




First Row: Rick Loveless, MItze McDowell, Paul Law, Dorrian Payne. 
Second Row: Coach Gordon Bocock, Jay Walker, Aaron Payne, Wesley 
Reed, Coach Mark Wilson. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1987 



PAGE FIVE 



1987-88 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



Paula Kelley, Boyd Co. 
Class AAA Individual Champion 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 




TIME 


1 


Paula Kelly 


Boyd Co. 




05.20 


2 


Knsti Stevens 


Pulaski Co. 




11.90 


3 


Cybil O'Nan 


Oldham Co. 




3340 


4 


Jenny Gilmore 


Oldham Co. 




36.60 


5 


Lesley Tynes 


Marshall 




39.60 


6 


Amy Smith 


Pulaski Co. 




41.20 


7 


Cmdy Walker 


Warren Central 




42.30 


8 


Angle Rohrscheib 


Daviess Co. 




42.90 


9 


Amy Wetiram 


Notre Dame 




43.50 


10 


Sonya Kirby 


Daviess Co. 




44.00 


11 


Christy Tackett 


Pulaski Co. 




45.00 


12 


Bobbin Kirk 


Waren Central 




46.30 


13 


Kaye Creech 


Laurel Co. 




52.50 


14 


Sherry Jobert 


Notre Dame 




53.40 


15 


Caryn Miller 


Daviess Co. 




54.60 



CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Pulaski Co 60 

2 Oldham Co 73 

3 Daviess Co 81 

4 Notre Dame 99 

5 Warren Central 114 

6 Boyd Co 164 

7 Marshall 186 

8 Assumption 217 

9 Sacred Heart 227 

10 Shelby Co 227 

1 1 Southern 305 

12 Mercy 316 

13 Henry Clay 369 



PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




First Row: Stephanie Cordell, Kristi Stevens, Amy Smith, Angie Cox. 
Second Row: Coach Gail Hurt, Carrie Pickinpaugh, Christy Tackett, Felicia 
Upton. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1987 



1987-88 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




CLASS AA GIRLS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



Katie Stamps, Danville 
Class AA Individual Champion 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 




TIME 


1 


Katie Stamps 


Danville 


10 


53.90 


2 


Debbie Finke 


Danville 




01.10 


3 


Krister Edwards 


Warren East 




07.90 


4 


Patricia Dowd 


Fleming Co. 




27.90 


5 


Melissa Simms 


Russell 




33.50 


6 


Kim Halusl<i 


Ft. Campbell 




38.90 


7 


Michelle Bumpous 


Western Hills 




44.00 


8 


Susan Rankin 


Danville 




45.40 


9 


Ginger Watkins 


Franklin Co. 




46.00 


10 


Scarlett Haley 


Russell 




46.70 


11 


Jenni Young 


Ft. Campbell 




47.30 


12 


Julie Caudle 


Franklin Co. 




55.00 


13 


Lee Anna Williams 


Grayson Co. 




57.10 


14 


Sharon Woods 


Danville 




57.60 


15 


Mandy Stovall 


Russell 




58.20 



CLASS AA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Danville 45 

2 Ft. Campbell 102 

3 Russell 107 

4 Dixie Heights 151 

5 West Hardin 151 

6 Franklin Co 157 

7 Bell County 161 

8 Fleming Co 170 

9 East Hardin 21 1 

10 Grayson County 211 

1 1 Conner 264 

12 Jessamine Co 300 

13 Whitesburg 309 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




First Row: Tina I4unt, Katie Stamps, Debbie Finke, Lissa Sullivan. Second 
Row: Bethany Rogers, Sharon Woods, Coach E.G. Plummer, Susan Rankin, 
Teina Kavanaugh. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



[i©?i 



WRESTLING STATE TOURNAMENT CHANGED 

At its July meeting, the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control eliminated the sectional 
wrestling meets. By taking this action, the Board moved the state championship 
finals in wrestling to February 19 and 20, 1987. Please make a note of this 
change in your records, and on your memorandum calendar. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 



With the implementation of the 
important to keep up with the 
Assessment (ACT test). For 1987-8J 



NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
test dates for the American College Testing 
, the schedule is as follows: 



Test Date 

12/12/87 
02/27/88 
04/16/88 
06/11/88 



Regular Postmark Deadline 

11/13/87 
01/29/88 
03/18/88 
05/13/88 



Late Deadl ine 

12/01/87 
02/16/88 
04/05/88 
05/31/88 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1987-88 ** PLEASE NOTE CORRECTIONS ** 



The important dates list printed in the September issue of the Athlete 
contained incorrect dates for the finals in basketball and swimming. The dates 
printed below are correct, and we apologize for any problems this may have 
caused. The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
events, along with the first day of practice. 

Sport 



Wrestling 

Swimming 

Basketball 

non football 

football 
Track 
Softball 
Golf 
Tennis 
Baseball 



First 


First 


Num. 


State 


Practice 


Contest 


Games 


Finals 


Allowed 


(Tentative) 






Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 20 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 4/5 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 19/26 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 30 


24 


Mar. 19/26 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 1/2 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 2/4 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 4 



These dates are as printed on the 1987-88 Memorandum Calendar, with the 
exception of the state wrestling meet which was changed by a decision of the 
Board of Control at its July, 1987 meeting. 



Congratulations to tlie first class 
of inductees into ttie Dawahares- 
Kentucky High Scfiool Athletic 
Association Hall of Fame. Special 
thanks to Dawahares for their 
fine sponsorship. 



Cover photo - Dawahares family repre- 
sentatives with Earl Cox and Tom Mills of 
the K.H.S.A.A. staff along wKh Board of 
Control President Frank Welch. (Photo 
courtesy - Nick Nicholas, Cats Pause) 



the finals to Ashland. As a coach, he led Caverna to a 
third place state tournament finish in 1953. His 1962 
Caverna baseball team won the state championship. An 
eight year Board of Control member, he was President in 
1968-69 of both the Board of Control and the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association. 



Gerl Griqsbv - When girls' basketball was resumed in 1975, 
she was largely responsible for gaining state-wide 
recognition for participants in the sport. Named first team 
All State at McDowell in 1975, 1976 and 1977, she was 
named captain of the 1977 All State team. Her 4,385 
points for three years is the highest mark on record for 
boys or girls. She once scored 81 points in a single game. 
Kentucky's IVIiss Basketball in 1977, and the state's 
Sportswoman of the Year in 1978, she averaged 49.8 
points per game in 1977. 



Ralph Beard - First four sport letterman in Male High School 
history (football, basketball, baseball and track). Two time 
All-State and star of Male's 1945 state basketball 
champions. Also starred on Male's 1943 state baseball 
champions and was the state champion in the 880 yard 
run on Male's 1945 state championship track team. "1 
always tried to be the best" 



Ralph Carlisle - Led Kavanaugh to two straight state 
tournament appearances in basketball. As Lafayette's 
coach for 16 years, he guided the Generals to three state 
championships, in 1950, 1953, and 1957, as well as the 
runner-up slot in 1949. He was All State pre-tourney in 
1932 and All State Tournament in 1933. At Lafayette he 
was a two-time Coach of the Year and was Coach of the 
Decade for 1950-1959. 



L.J. "Butch" Charmoll - He coached football and track at 
duPont Manual High School, winning state track 
championships in i960 and 1962. He served three 
Commissioners as manager of the Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament, was instrumental in forming the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association, and was the first games 
manager for the East-West football and basketball All-Star 
games. 



Blanton L. Collier - Played football and basketball for Paris 
High School and later coached those sports plus baseball 
and track at Paris from 1928-1943. He was perhaps 
Kentucky's pre-eminent dual coach of football and 
basketball, but in later years was not for his innovative 
thinking and scholarly approach to football. His basketball 
teams won four regional championships. 



Morton Combs - A winner as a player and a coach. He made 
the winning basket for Hazard against Male High in the 
1932 state championship game. He also played football 
and baseball for Hazard. As a coach, his Carr Creek team 
won the 1956 state basketball championship. He coached 
the Kentucky All Stars against Indiana in 1964. Served the 
K.H.S.A.A. for eight years as a Board of Control member, 
and served as President for the 1967-68 school year. His 
philosophy, "No life ever grows great until it is focused, 
dedicated and disciplined." 



Ralph Dorsey - High school athletics was a major and vital part 
of his life. An all-state tournament basketball player at 
Horse Cave where his 1933 and 1934 teams were 
unbeaten during the regular season. His '33 team lost in 



Cliff Haqan - One of Kentucky's all-time great basketball 
players, Hagan led Owensboro to the 1949 state basketball 
championship. The Red Devils defeated Lafayette 65-47 
in the final with Hagan breaking the single game scoring 
record by pouring in 41 points. His play in that game is still 
regarded by many as the finest all around performance in 
the history of the tournament. He broke all scoring records 
at Owensboro, averaging 27.5 points his last semester. 
Hagan was a three time first-team all state performer. 



Clem Smith Raskins - Starred in basketball for Campbellsville 
Durham High School and Taylor County High. The quick, 
high-jumping sharp-shooter was named All-State and Ail- 
American and was named to represent Kentucky against 
the Indiana All Stars. He also played in the East West All 
Star game. Motto: 'To achieve is to believe. Faith, 
confidence, and desire will allow you to achieve great 
things if you continue to believe in yourself. 



Bearnard L. "Peck" Hickman - An all state tournament 
basketball player for Central City High School. As a coach 
at Valley High in Jefferson County, his Vikings dominated 
the region and his work at Valley catapulted him to the 
head coaching position at the University of Louisville. 



Stephanie Hlqhtower - This world class track star performed 
her feats for Stuart High School in Jefferson County. 
Twelve years after she graduated, she still holds three 
State Track Meet records, with her 10.8 time in the 100 
yard dash, her 8.0 time in the 60 yard hurdles, and her 
14.3 time in the 110 yard hurdles. 



Paul Hornunq - Truly a star in high school, Hornung was all 
state in football and basketball before pursuing his 
collegiate career at Notre Dame. Paul is generally 
regarded as one of, if not the, finest football players 
Kentucky has ever produced. He excelled as a runner, 
passer, punter and kicker for Coach Paulie Miller's Flaget 
Braves. 



Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones - An All-State performer in football, 
baseball, and basketball, he also was a stellar performer in 
track and field. He led Coach Joe Gilly's Harlan Green 
Dragons to the 1944 State Basketball championship, and is 
generally known as one of the Commonwealth's all time 
great all-around athletes. 



William Lee Kean - As a high school player, he excelled In 
basketball, football, tennis and track. At Louisville Central 
High School he coached football for 33 years, winning 225 
games, losing but 45, and tying 12. During his 35 year 
tenure as head basketball coach, his Yellow Jackets won 
856 games and lost only 83 while winning five state 
basketball championships in the Kentucky High School 
League, and four National Championships in the National 
Negro High School Tournament. He was a pioneer in the 
desegregation of athletics in Kentucky. 



Roy L. KIdd - This outstanding football coach played in three 
consecutive state basketball tournaments for Corbin High. 
He also played football and baseball and was first team 
All-State in football. He was Kentucky's Coach of the Year 
in 1961 when his Richmond iVIadison High teams were 
ranked No, 1 in the state all season. His Madison teams 
were 54-10-1, had a 27-game winning streak and shut out 
14 consecutive opponents. 



Frank "Dr. Lit" LItkenhous - This gentlest of men has been 
cussed and discussed more than perhaps any other 
human in Kentucky because of his ratings of high school 
football and basketball teams, A pioneer in the 
mathematical rating systems, for 40 years, LItkenhous' work 
has appeared each Tuesday in the Courier Journal. In 
1948 he was vilified and cursed as he ranked little Brewers 
High Number 1 in the state. That same little Brewers team 
went undefeated and captured the state championship. 
The people he didn't convince with his Brewers rating were 
swayed when he correctly picked tiny Cuba to win the title 
in 1952. 



Garnis Martin - Kentucky's winningest high school football 
coach, Garnis IVIartin has coached teams that have won 
269 games, lost 105, and tied 7. He captained both the 
football and basketball teams at Wheelwright High School 
and was named the school's outstanding athlete in 1940. 
His first year at Wayland produced only a 1-7 record 
before taking his job at Bardstown 36 years ago. At 
Bardstown, he has coached two Class A and one Class AA 
state football championship teams, two Class A state 
championship track teams, and coached two different 
editions of the basketball team to the state tournament. 



Mary T. Meagher - Swimming for Sacred Heart Academy in 
Louisville, "Madam Butterfly" showed early signs of her 
future world class and Olympic swimming greatness as she 
led the Valkyries to state swimming championships in each 
of her years at the school. Her 51.772 mark in the 1981 
100 yard butterfly still stands as a state records. 



Letcher Norton - He played basketball for Clark County High 
School in 1930-31 and followed this with a 14 year tenure 
as basketball coach at the Winchester school. He also 
coached at Trapp High School in Clark County and at 
Charleston, Indiana. His overall record was 603 and 140, 
He coached the Clark County Cardinals to the state 
championship in 1951 following a runner-up finish in the 
state tournament in 1950. He was a three time Kentucky 
basketball coach of the year, and his teams once won 39 
consecutive games between 1950-51 and 1951-52. His 
motto: 'To have a winning tradition, I firmly believe in 
discipline, pride and a love for the sport." 



Joe W. Ohr - He played basketball and baseball in the days 
when coaches sometimes played or in one case where the 
barber closed his shop and joined in the game. Ohr 



coached basketball, football, baseball and golf at Irvine 
High with his basketball teams recording 401 wins against 
265 losses. He took his 1948 basketball team as well as 
his 1948 baseball team to the state high school 
tournaments. He served for 27 years as secretary- 
treasurer of the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association a position which "gave me the opportunity to 
meet and work with the finest people in the world." 



Homer Rice - Football was his coaching game, but he was an 
outstanding baseball and basketball player in addition to 
being a sprint champion in track in field and an All-State 
quarterback at Highlands High School in Fort Thomas. He 
first gained acclaim as a coach for Highlands, where he 
had seven undefeated seasons and finished with an 11 
year record of 101 wins, 9 losses, and 7 ties at the school, 
including victories in his last 50 games. 



ST. Roach - For Bate High in Danville, Roach was an all 
conference performer in football, and All-State fonward- 
guard in basketball, and a successful distance runner in 
track. As head basketball coach at Bate, he compiled a 
record of 98-24 before beginning a highly successful 
career at Lexington Dunbar where his teams won 512 while 
losing only 143 from 1943 to 1965. His Dunbar teams 
captured six regional championship trophies during his 
final eight years at the school. 



Ted Santord - A name synonymous with high school athletics 
in Kentucky for many years, Ted was the first 
Commissioner of the K.H.S.A.A. After serving the 
Association as its Secretary-Treasurer from 1937-1947, he 
was hired as the Commissioner and served in that post 
until his retirement in 1972. He coached four sports at 
Fulton and Murray High Schools before becoming an 
administrator. He played baseball for Fulton High School. 



J.W. "Spider" Thurman - One of Kentucky's truly great all- 
around athletes, Thurman was an all-state tailback for 
Benham High in Harlan County, He is also commonly 
credited with starting the basketball tradition at Clay County 
High School, a tradition which reached its zenith when one 
of his players, Bobby Keith, coached the Tigers to the 1987 
State Basketball Championship, 



John Bill Trivette - Trivette played basketball and baseball for 
Pikeville College Academy from 1932-1935 and gained 
recognition for his outstanding work as basketball coach at 
Pikeville High for 16 years. One of the innovators in the 
game, Trivette is commonly referred to as an inventor of 
the full court zone press, Trivette had said repeatedly that 
his success is coaching "can be directly attributed to the 
quality of the young people that I had the opportunity to 
coach," His Pikeville teams won 427 games and lost 126 
between 1944 and i960. He was Kentucky's coach of the 
year in 1957 when his team had a record of 32-4 and 
finished third in the State Tournament, 



Russell Williamson - This soft spoken man coached basketball 
at fabled Inez High School from 1929-1948, During this 
time, Inez won the regional title eight times, including a 
string of seven titles in eight years, and won the state title in 
1941, In 1940, Inez placed four of his players on the All- 
State Tournament team. He served the K.H.S.A.A, as 
president from 1955-1960 and was on the Board of 
Control for eight years. He said that "dedication, discipline 
and teamwork have enabled small schools from small 
towns in Kentucky to achieve great success." 



K.H.S.A.A. COACHING BOX (Experimental for the 1987-88 Basketball Season) 

The basketball committee has approved the following amendment to the National 
Federation Rules for all games played in Kentucky. The change is effective 
immediately. All schools, coaches, superintendents and officials are being 
notified as well as being sent a sample of play interpretations. 

PART I - Definition. This would become Section 14 of Basketball Rule 1, under 
definitions. Section 13 would be amended to change "... recommended that the 
..." to "... required that the ...". 

SECTION 14 The "coaching box" shall be defined as an area outside the playing 
court on the side of the court which the scorers/timers table and team benches 
are located. This area shall be bounded by the mid-court line (28' line) and the 
corresponding end-line for length boundaries, and the sideline and the team bench 
for the width boundary. The optimum width shall be three feet (3'), but in cases 
of limited space, may be reduced to the distance from the sideline to the team 
bench. 

All bench areas must be located on the side of the court, and may not extend 
past the mid-court line (28' line). 

Each box shall be clearly marked with two-inch wide lines, one extending from 
the mid-court (28') line, and the other from the end-line. The line may be 
painted, or may be marked with tape, but must be clearly visible. If painted, 
the line shall be of contrasting color to the side and end lines. 

For permissible actions within the confines of the "coaching box", see Rule 10, 
Section 5, as amended for use by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
for the 1987-88 season. 

PART II - Delete existing basketball playing Rule 10, Section 5. 
Replace Rule 10-5 with the following -- 

SECTION 5 The Head Coach may stand to give instructions to his/her players but 
must remain within the confines of the coaching box at all times while the clock 
is running or is stopped except to: 

ART 1 ... confer with personnel at the scorer's table to request a time-out for 
a correctable error, as in 2-10, or to prevent or rectify a timing or scoring 
mistake or an alternating possession mistake; 

ART 2 ... attend an injured player, when beckoned onto the court by an 
official ; 

ART 3 The Head Coach, when standing, or kneeling in the designated coaching 
box, shall not have dialogue with the official (s); 

ART 4 All other non-player bench personnel shall remain seated on the bench 
except during a time-out or to spontaneously react to an outstanding play by a 
member of the team. 

ART 5 The Head Coach shall replace a disqualified or injured player within 30 
seconds when a substitute is available. 

PENALTY: (All articles) Technical Foul, 2 free throws and possession of the 
basketball. In articles 1-4, the foul is charged to the offender and to the 
head coach. In Article 5, the foul is charged to the head coach. If flagrant, 
the offender shall go to the team's locker room, or leave the building. 

NOTE: The third technical foul on any coach is considered flagrant. a 



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PAGE SEVEN 



1987-88 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




CLASS AA BOYS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



Ron Skufca, Franklin Co. 
Class AA Individual Champion 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Ron Skufca 


Franklin Co. 


16:10.50 


2 


Jeremy Egelston 


Rowan Co. 


16:33.80 


3 


Brian Binion 


Rowan Co. 


16:39.50 


4 


Ed Wilhite 


Danville 


16:47.00 


5 


Eddie Olding 


Grant Co. 


16:56.20 


6 


Pat McGee 


Harrison 


16:58.40 


7 


IVIike Parker 


Grant Co. 


16:59.10 


8 


Jemo Mayes 


Paducah Tilghman 


17:04.20 


9 


Bryan Kruetzkamp 


Highlands 


17:06.20 


10 


Chet Kavanaugh 


Danville 


17:15.40 


11 


Shawn Vitato 


Western Hills 


17:18.70 


12 


Andy Bockweg 


Covington Catholic 


17:21.60 


13 


Macy Foree 


Jessamine 


17:23.40 


14 


Leon Powell 


Woodford 


17:26.80 


15 


Kyle Beasmore 


Scott 


1 7:28.20 



CLASS AA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Rowan Co 68 

Danville 92 

Adair Co 151 

Paducah Tilghman 156 

Covington Catholic 170 

Scott 174 

Franklin Co 201 

Hart Co 206 

Western Hills 215 

Jessamine 223 

Whitesburg 236 

Ft. Campbell 253 

Warren East 280 

Barren Co 304 

East Hardin 340 

Clay Co 426 



ROWAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




First Row: Jarima Fultz, Tom James, Jeremy Egleston, Brian Binion. Second 
Row: Coach Roy Wright, Chris Camuel, Robert Doeptze, Brent Gallahen. 



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1987-88 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




CLASS A BOYS' 
FIRST15 RUNNERS 



John Struss, Berea 
Class A Individual Champion 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


John Struss 


Berea 


16:30.20 


2 


Shawn Stanley 


Cordia 


16:46.70 


3 


Jerry Huffman 


Ky. So. for Deaf 


16:59.10 


4 


W.J. Hardin 


S.W. Chris 


16:59.80 


5 


Joe Gubser 


Silver Grove 


17:03.00 


6 


Ian Daniels 


Caverna 


17:20.20 


7 


Troy Hahn 


Bellevue 


17:23.80 


8 


John Mink 


Harlan 


17:24.50 


9 


Eugene Bush 


Cordia 


17:25.30 


10 


Donald Roby 


Evarts 


17:30.30 


11 


Anthony Oldham 


West Hopkins 


17:32.20 


12 


Robbie Long 


Garrard Co. 


17:33.00 


13 


Jeff Beach 


Carroll Co. 


17:34.00 


14 


Randy Smith 


Walton Verona 


17:34.70 


15 


Ernie Conyers 


Bath Co. 


17:35.30 



CLASS A BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 West Hopkins 90 

2 Carroll Co 106 

3 Harlan 117 

4 Cordia 139 

5 Bellevue 156 

6 Harrodsburg 158 

7 Walton Verona 165 

8 Dayton 1 85 

9 Trigg Co 231 

10 Frankfort 237 

1 1 Green Co 244 

12 Webster Co 259 

13 Christian Academy 262 

14 Caverna 325 

15 Oneida Baptist 356 

16 Riverside 417 



WEST HOPKINS HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




First Row: Tim Kelley, Riclty Gibson, Justin Jones, Norris Adams. Second 
Row: Coach Barry Nelson, Jeremy Wilcox, Jeremy Lile, Anthony Oldham, 
Tommy Watts. 



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PAGE NINE 



1987-88 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Stephanie Edgar, Dayton 
Class A Individual Champion 





CLASS A GIRLS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Stephanie Edgar 


Dayton 


10:52.50 


2 


Mary Dwyer 


St. Henry 


10:57.00 


3 


Amy Clements 


St. Henry 


11:04.50 


4 


Kathy Bowen 


Fairview 


11 22 00 


5 


Adrianne Mason 


Providence 


11:29.30 


6 


Lesenna Powell 


Providence 


11:32.60 


7 


Casey Dutton 


Frankfort 


11:33.10 


8 


Catherine Hancock 


Frankfort 


11:33.60 


9 


Kimberly Hancock 


Frankfort 


11:34.40 


10 


Candy Belt 


Providence 


11:35.10 


11 


Denise Schank 


St. Henry 


11:36.20 


12 


Katrina Mosley 


Cordia 


11:40.60 


13 


Trescia Tyler 


Trigg Co. 


11:42.30 


14 


Janet Bertsch 


Bishop Brossart 


11:43.00 


15 


Michell Bauer 


St. Henry 


11:44.90 



CLASS A GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 St. Henry 44 

2 Providence 74 

3 Frankfort 85 

4 Bishop Brossart 125 

5 Ovifen Co 141 

6 Dayton 142 

7 Cordia 191 

8 Webster Co 238 

9 Berea 261 

10 Ky. Country Day 272 

11 Somerset 277 

12 Raceland 292 

13 Caverna 312 

14 Trigg Co 328 

15 Menifee Co 330 



ST. HENRY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




First Row Maureen Egan, Mary Dwyer, Denise Schank, Krista Blanchett. 
Second Row: Coach Mike Kock, Michelle Bauer, Jennifer Ruschman, Amy 
Clements, Sallle McLane, Shelley Terlan, Coach Ray Kues. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1987 



NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 
1987-88 STATE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPION 
Fairdale High School, Louisville, Kentucky 




Front Row: Becky Brake (Mgr.), Kathy Whalen, Kathryn Zaila, Amy Stein, Jana Soeje 
(Mgr.). Second Row: Tammie Murphy, Jenny Bessler, Laura Hegge, Crista Jenner, 
Kristin Schumacher, Krista Robinson, Karen Emark. Back Row: Lisa Hall (Trainer), Joan 
Mazarro (Head Coach), Jenny Lwein, Pam Studer, Melanie Lameier, Holly Dacey, Tom 
Silbernagel (Asst. Coach). Not pictured: Jenny Geraci. 



Friday, October 30 - Saturday, October 31, 1987 

Newport Cent. Caltiolic 





Newport Cent. Ca 


h. 

Notre Dame 


Notre Dame 




Bye 


15-9,15-10 
Notre Dame 








Sacred Heart 


18-16, 15-13 
Holy Rosary 




15-10,12-15,15-5 




Notre Dame 


Holy Rosary 








Holy Rosary 


8-15, 15-6, 15-13 
Holy Cross 




15-3,15-3 




Paul Blazer 


5-13, 10-15, 15-11 
Mercy 








Mercy ^ 


Assumption 








Bye 


Woodtord Co. 






NOTRE DAME 


Bye 


1987 STATE 




CHAMPION 


Woodford County 


15-8,15-4 
Assumption 








Highlands 


16-14,9-15, 15-9 
Holy Cross 




15-5, 15-8 




Assumption 


Dixie Heights 








Southern 






15-10,8-15,15-13 




Dixie Heights 


15-1,15-9 
Holy Cross 








Holy Cross 










Bye 







STATE VOLLEYBALL 
ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Andrea Armento . . . Sacred Heart 

Missy Druen Holy Rosary 

Bridget Gary Assumption 

Lisa Harrison Southern 

Amy King Assumption 

Jennifer Nunn Holy Cross 

Laura Potter Dixie Heights 

Monica Puckett Holy Cross 

Janet Ryan Holy Cross 

Pam Studer Notre Dame 

Dawn Wafzig Holy Rosary 

Kathy Whalen Notre Dame 



Referees and Umpires 

Debra Rice 

Nancy Barre 

Patty Gravatte 

Jennifer Romack 

Jack Pylinski 

Mary Ann Bancroft 

Beth Ketzer 

Teri Brown 



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1987-88 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART I 



SITUATION #1: Is it permissible for a referee to wear red and green armbands 

without having the approval of the state association office'' 

RULING: Starting with the 1987-88 wrestling season, it is permissible for officials 

lo wear red and green armbands, Startmg with the'.l 988-89 season, this rule will 

become mandatory for all otticials, (3-1 -1} 

SITUATION #2: Is the growth allowance in effect for the 1987-88 wrestling 

RULING: The growth allowance will be in effect for the 1987-88 wrestling season if 

the twelve weight classes are m use. If a state shifts to the new 1 3 weight classes, 

the growth allowance should be delted, (4-4-4 & 4-4-1) 

SITUATION #3: For a regular season tournament, what is the length of the 

weigh-in period and when should it be conducted'? 

RULING: The weigh-in period is one hour in length and it shall be conducted a 

maximum of two hours and a minimum of one hour prior to the start of the first 

session each day (4-5-3) 

StTUATI0N#4: A school has a dual meet on Tuesday, a dual meet on Wednesday 

and a dual meet on Thursday, what are the allowable weights for an individual at 

145 pounds for the three consecutive days of competition'' 

RULING: On Tuesday, you would need to weigh-m at scratch weight at 145 

pounds, on Wednesday you would be allowed a one-pound allowance making 

your weight 146 pounds and on Thursday you would be allowed an additional 

pound which means you could weigh-m at 147 pounds 

COMMENT: There is a one-pound allowance granted for each consecutive day of 

competition The only requirement for this allowance is that you must notify your 

opponent a minimum of 48 hours tn advance of the contest. (4-5-4) 

SITUATION #5; Wrestler A has Wrestler B in a pmnmg situation and the referee 

has started his count. At that time. Wrestler B indicates that he is injured and the 

referee stops the match How many points would be awarded to Wrestler A"? 

RULING: If injury occurs after near fall criteria has been met the offensive wrestler 



1 thrf 



'-poir 



rfall 



COMMENT: It injury occurs just prior to meeting near fall criteria you would award 
a two- point near fall, if injury occurs after near fall criteria is met, you would award 
a three-point near fall. You must only meet near fall requirements; you do not have 
to hold It tor two seconds to earn the three-point near tall. {5-2-4g) 
SITUATION #6: Wrestler A sustains injury to his shoulder and asks for time-out 
from the referee The referee grants time-out and, as soon as the contestant goes 
to the corner of the mat, his coach begins offering instructions to his wrestler. 
RULING: The injured contestant shall not receive any coaching during injury 
time-out When the referee observes this, he shall penalize the coach tor 
unsportsmanlike conduct and deduct one team point 

COMMENT: The no-coaching rule is in effect only during the injury timeout. The 
coach and wrestler can only discuss the injury and/or the physical condition of 
the contestant. When the timeout is over and while the wrestler is returning to the 
center of the mat and the coach is returning to the bench, there can be coaching. 
(8-2-1) 

SITUATION #7: At the conclusion of the regular match the score is tied 4-4 and an 
overtime is declared. During the one-minute rest period. Wrestler A removes his 
shoulder straps and is penalized by the referee for unsportsmanlike conduct. One 
team point is deducted At the conclusion of the overtime match, the score is 5-5. 
Who would be declared the winner of the match'' 

RULING: If Wrestler B has not been penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct he 
would be declared the winner of the contest In looking at criterion #1 , Wrestler B 
would bethelosereof the contest because of the unsportsmanlike calla gainst him 
tor removing shoulder straps that occurred following the regular matcha nd prior 
to the conclusion of the overtime. Any unsportsmanlike act that occurs following 
the regular match and prior to the conclusion of wrestling m the overtime period 
shall be counted under criterion #1 (5-4-1. 8-1-2 & 3, 10-4-4) 
SITUATION #8: In tournament competition the match ends in a tie and as the 
wrestler are returning to the center ot the mat. Wrestler A shoves Wrestler B and 
Wrestler B slips and falls. The referee calls Wrestler A with unsportsmanlike 
conduct. Wrestler B is injured because o( the shove Would he be allowed 
recovery time"? 

RULING: The unsportsmanlike conduct occurs after the end of wrestling, 
therefore, would not receiveany recovery time. Wrestler B would have one minute 
between the regular match and the overtime to be ready to wrestle If he could not 
wrestle at the start of the overtime, he would lose the match by default. (8-2-2) 
SITUATION #9: In both semi-fmal matches of the 11 2-pound weight class we have 
contestants that are injured due to an illegal hold where the wrestlers are not able 
to continue their matches Following the two semi-final matches both individuals 
are checked by a doctor and they are both told they cannot wrestle in the finals of 
the tournament. How would we figure the placement ot these two contestants and 
how many team points would these two individuals earn"? 
RULING: In this situation there would be no first place finisher, therefore, neither 
team would receive points for first place The points these two individuals would 
contribute to their teams would be the points Ihey earned for a second place finish. 
(9-2-2) 

SITUATION #10: With approximately 25 seconds gone int he period the offensive 
wrestler is warned for stalling and the referee does not stop the match At the 
conclusion of the third period the coach goes to the scorers table indicating there 
has been an error and asks that it be corrected. Would it be necessary to rewrestle 
the last one minute and 35 seconds. 

RULING: This owuld be considered as bad time becasue wrestling was allowed to 
continue follwing a violation when the match should have been stopped. It would 
be necessary to rewrestle one minute and 35 seconds (6-6-1) 



SITUATION #11: Wrestling ends with the score of the match Wrestler A-10 and 
Wrestler B-4 At that time. Wrestler A hits Wrestler B and is charged with flagrant 
misconduct This takes place after wrestling and prior to the wrestlers leaving the 
mat How would this match be scored'? 

RULING: If this occurs in a dual meet there would be no winner and Wrestler A's 
team would have one team point deducted If this would happen in a tournament 
there would be a one team point deduction from Team A and there would be no 
winner of the match. Wrestler A would be removed from the tournament and could 
not advance or place m the tournament He would however, receive the points he 
had earned prior to this incident, (8- 1 -5) 

SITUATION #12: Wrestler A is in the top position and Wrestler B sits out. During 
this situation the official signals locked hands Wrestler B cannot complete the 
switch and Wrestler A cradles B and the official drops to the mat and begins to 
count the near fall Wrestler B's coach notes the time as 30 seconds remaining 
and, as the period ends, the official awards a one-point penalty and a three-point 
near fall to Wrestler A. During the time-out that follows. Wrestler B's coach asks the 
official why Wrestler A received a three-point near fall and a penalty point when he 
had signalled locked hands The official said that he was not trying to signal locked 
hands but that he had meant to signal an illegal hold. Would this be considered as 
bad time and how should this be scored'? 

RULING: The official has obviously made an error in the signal that he has given 
but this would have no effect on the score of the contest. This would not be 
considered as bad time and all points would stand (6-6-3) 
SITUATION #13: The referee is restarting the match following an out-of-bounds 
situation and, as he is starting the match. Wrestler A commits a false start. The 
timer starts the clock and two seconds expire before he turns the clock off. The 
coach of Wrestler B goes to the scorer's table requesting that two seconds be put 
back on the clock because this would be bad time 

RULING: This would be considered as bad time and the two second correction 
would need to be made by the referee (6-6-1 ) 

SITUATION #14: At the beginning of the third period the wrong wrestler is given 
the choice of position Prior to this error being detected Wrestler A is injured and it 
IS necessary that he takes one and one-half minutes of injury time. Following his 
injury time-out, it is discovered that the wrong wrestler was given the choice of 
position and the referee rules that the entire third period is a bad time How would 
this effect the injury time taken by Wrestler A'? 

RULING: When the referee rules that bad time existed during the third pehod 
everything would be deleted relating to the match score. This would also cancel 
the injury time used by Wrestler A, All injury time that he had used during the third 
period would be placed back at his disposal. (6-6-1 ) 

SITUATION #15: When a contestant is called for unsportsmanlike conduct how do 
we determine if the penalty should be a match pomt or a team poinf? 
RULING: If the unsportsmanlike call occurs from the start of the first penod until 
the conclusion of wrestling by either a fall, technical tall or the conclusion of the 
third period, you would have a match point. If the unsportsmanlike conduct call 
occurs prior to the start of the match or after the conclusion of wrestling, it would 
be a team point If it occurs following wrestling at the end of the third period, and 
prior to the start of the overtime match m tournament competition, it would be 
considered a team point If it occurs between the first and second period of the 
regular match it would be considered as a match point. (8-1-2, 8-1-3) 
SITUATION #16: Wrestler A has been warned, penalized twice and is finally 
disqualified when he continues to stall. How shall the referee handle this situation? 
In a tournament may the wrestler continue wrestling if he is eligible to compete in 
the consolation brackef? 

RULING: When the match is stopped the referee checks with the scorer's table to 
determine that a disqualification is in order If it is he then raises the hand of 
Wrestler B who is declared the winner For Wrestler A this would be the same as 
any other type of loss and he would be qualified for the consolation bracket 
(Penalty Chart) 



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o 



1987-88 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART I 



SITUATION #1 : It is A"s turn for an alternating possession throw-m A1 is handed 

the ball, but before the throw-m is made, A2 commits a violation for excessively 

swinging arms and elbows without making contact 

RULING: Team A has lost the ball because of the violation and it is awarded to 

Team B for a throw-in Team A has also lost its opportunity to make an alternating 

possession throw-m The arrow is reversed and Team B will have the next 

throw-m opportunity under the alternatmg procedure. (6-3-4, 9-10) 

SITUATION #2: A1 dribbles the ball from backcourt to fontcourl. During the 

dribble, the ball suddenly squirts away from A1 and bounces 20 to 25 feet away. No 

player from either team touches the ball as A 1 races to it and continues the dribble 

RULING: Legal action The dribble did not end when the ball squirted away and Al 

was entitled to either continue the dribble or end it, (4-12) 

SITUATION #3: Following a time-out by Team B, Al is given the ball for the first of 2 

free throws even though Team Bis still huddling at the bench and the first marked 

spaces on each side of the lane are not occupied. Al's first attempt is successful 

The administering official then hands the ball to Al for the 2nd attempt. Team B is 

still at the sideline. The official again gives the signal which indicates a violation by 

Team B rf the attempt is missed Al misses the 2nd free throw attempt. 

RULING: The violation will be signalled and Al will be given a substitute attempt. 

Team B will be assessed a technical foul if they delay further by not occupying the 

first marked spaces on each side of the lane before the ball becomes alive for the 

substitute throw (2-12-5.9-1 Pen 2b) 

SITUATION #4: The proper signals have all been given and Al is ready to attempt 

the 2nd of 2 free throws The first free throw had been made prior to Team B calling 

a time-out Team B players are stiil at their bench when the signals are given. Al is 

awarded the ball and makes the second attempt also 

RULING: The administering official will now place the ball on the floor and begin 

the 5-second throw-m count on Team B If Team B does not make the throw-in 

within the specified time, a violation will result. (9-3-3) 

COMMENT: Each time-out or intermission between the 1st and 2nd quarters, and 

between the 3rd and 4lh quarters, is a separate situation under the procedure and 

there is no carry-over from one to the other. 

SITUATION #5: Following a charged time-out the ball is handed to Al for a 

throw-in even though Team B is not ready to play Team B is still m conference at 

the sideline The substitues are off the bench and the coaches are huddled around 

the seated players. A 1 completes the throw-in and A2 scores an uncontested goal 

Should Team B be charged with a technical foul(s) for substitutes and coaches 

being off the bench"? 

RULING: No The procedure takes precedence and no penalty is invoked for the 

other sideline infractions. The uncontested goal by A is their only "penalty" The 

ball will be placed on the floor for a throw-m by Team B following the goal by A. 

Team B will have to respond and complete the throw-m before the 5-second count 

is reached, (10-4, 5) 

SITUATION #6: Team A coaches and substitutes are all standing during a free 

throw by Al The infraction is detected by the officials. How many technical fouls 

are assessed"? 

RULING: In a situation where similar multiple mfractic 

is not the intent of the rules to penalize each mdivid 

technical foul. One technical foul is charged to Team/ 

head coach m this situation (10-4-1g, 10-5) 

SITUATION #7: On the |ump to start the game, the tapped ball is simultaneously 

caught by Al and 81 Smce the alternating procedure has not been determined, 

what happens nexf 

RULING: A |ump ball will be administered at the center jump circle between Al 

and Bl The team that does not gam control will start the alternating possession 

procedure (6-2, 6-3-3a) 

SITUATION #8: Al scores with just a few seconds remaining in the 4th quarter. 

The goal makes the score A-54, B-55 A2 bats the ball under the bleachers as it 

comes through the net 

RULING; A2 is charged with a technical foul (10-3-8b) 

SITUATION #9: Following a goat. Al passes the ball along the end line towards Al 

who IS also out-of-bounds Bl reaches through the plane of the line and deflects 

the ball away 

RULING: A technical foul is charged to Bl (l0-3-8a) 

SITUATION #10: After the administering official has handed the ball to free 

thrower Al (a) A2 moves to a position mside the free throw line extended; or (b) Bl 

breaks the plane of the 3-point line 

RULING: In (a) it is a violation which causes an immediate dead ball. Unless Al has 

a 2nd attempt, the ball is awarded to B at the free throw line extended In (b) the 

delayed violation by Bl is signalled by the official and a substitute throw is 

awarded it Al's attempt is unsuccessful. (9-1-8 Pen 1, 2) 

SITUATION #1 1: Al attempts a field goal from behind the 3-point line. The ball is 

legally touched by 81 who is m (a) the 3-point area, or (b) in the 2-point area. The 

ball continues in flight and goes through As basket, • 

RULING: In both (a) and (b) 3 points are scored as it was a 3-pomt attempt by Al 

originally 

COMMENTS: If a 3-point attempt is not above ring level and does not have a 

legitimate chance of entering the basket when it is touched, it is a 2-pomt goal and 

not 3 points if it subsequently goes m the basket 

SITUATION #12: Al has one foot on the 3-point line and the other foot completely 

behind the line Al clearly lifts the foot which is contacting the line and then lumps 

off the foot which is behind the line While m the air Al releases the ball on a try for 

goal. The ball goes directly through As basket 



occur at the same time. It 
infraction as a separate 
id It IS also charged to the 



RULING: Three points are scored. When Al, prior to jumping, lifted the foot from 

the line, he or she was then located behind the line. (4-23) 

SITUATION #13: A technical foul is charged to the caoch of Team A, Just prior to 

the ball being handed to the free thrower, Al requests a time-out. Should it be 

granted? 

RULING: Yes. There is no rule-based reason not to, (5-8-3) 

SITUATION #14: Al is successful on a free throw with only seconds remaining in 

the 4th quarter. The free throw puts Team A ahead by one point. Three substitutes 

of Team A leap to their feet and come onto the court to congratulate Al just before 



xpirf 



RULING: The substitutes are actually violating two provisions of the rules by not 

being seated and for entering the court. However, only one team technical foul is 

assessed and it is also charged to the head coach When a multiple infraction like 

this occurs, only one technical foul is charged (10-4) 

SITUATION #15: Team A has only five players and no remaining time-outs when 

Al IS injured late m the 4th quarter. After 45 seconds the coach determines that Al 

could continue to play, fvlust Al be removed m order to avoid an excess time-out 

or must Al remain m the game as no substitutes are available"? 

RULING: It A1 remains in the game a technical foul for an excess time-out will be 

charged. No penalty is assessed it Al withdraws and then reenters at the first 

substitution opportunity. (5-8-2a, 5-9) 

SITUATION #16: Al has one foot touching the 3-point line and the other behind it 

as he or she jumps to try for goal Al fades back during the try and lands well away 

from the line after releasing the ball The trail offficial has primary responsibility 

and correctly gives no signal during the try However, the lead official gives the 

successful 3-point signal when the ball goes m the basket. The scorer records 3 

points. 

RULING: The error was made in erroneously counting a 3- point goal. The error is 

correctable under the provision of Rule 2- 10 In this situation the trail official or the 

coach of Team B would likely be the one who would recognize an error was made. 

If the coach recognizes it, he or she should go to the table immediately and ask for 

a time-out to discuss the situation with the officials. The scorer would signal the 

officials at the first opportunity The error is discussed and correction is made 

within the limits of the rule. The game will then continue from the point of 

interrruption The time-out for Team 8 would be cancelled. Whenever an error 

occurs m counting or canceling a 3-point goal, the procedure and limits of the 

correctable error are in effect (2-10) 

SITUATION #17: Team A calls time pnor to a free throw attempt by Al , Team A is 

stil in the huddle after the administering official has given final instructions and has 

placed the ball on the floor at the line Al requests another time-out, 

RULING: Grant the time-out even though it is obvious it was called to prevent a 

violation. In this situation Team A may be granted a time-out but Team B could not 

after the ball was placed at Al's disposal. (5-8-3) 

SITUATION #18: Al passes the ball from behind the 3-point line towards Al who is 

near the basket A2 is not looking and the pass hits his or her shoulders and 

ricochets above the ring and then through A's basket. 

RULING: A 2 -point field goal is scored Even though the passs started from behind 

the line, only 2 points are scored as it was not a 3-point try originally. (5-2-1) 

SITUATION #19: Al appears to be driving for an easy basket when Bl catches up 

and intentionally fouls Al before the try Immediately after the foul A 1 and 81 begin 

fighting A number of substitutes and coaches from each team run into the court 

but do not get involved beyond milling about. 

RULING: A flagrant technical foul is charged to both Al and 81 and they are both 

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Athletic Association 

Member of National Federation of State High Schoot Associations 



DELEGATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS 



Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forthcoming 1988 annual meeting of the Association were elected by the Board Appointed 
Representatives of the K.H.S.A.A. There were several ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. These ties were broken recently, with the 
delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article IV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states in the last sentence, "If the duly elected delegate or 
alternate does not answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not represented". The name of 
the district representatives and alternates are as follows: 

School/System 

Hickman County 
Paducah Tilghman 
St. Mary 
Mayfield 
Lyon County 
Providence 
Dawson Springs 
Fort Campbell 

Apollo — -- 

Central City 
Breckinridge Co. 
McLean County 
Todd Central 
Warren Central 
Glasgow 
Clinton County 
Elizabethtown 
LaRue County 
Washington County 
Adair County 
Shawnee 
Butler 
Doss 
DeSales 
Male 
Seneca 
Fern Creek 
Eastern 
North Bullitt 
Eminence 
Gallatin County 
Scott County 
St. Henry 
Holy Cross 
Dayton Middle 
Scott 

Bourbon County 
Pendleton County 
Fleming County 
Bath County 
Frankfort 

Lexington Catholic 
Henry Clay 
Madison Central 
Lincoln County 
Harrodsburg 
Russell County 
Laurel County 
Clay County 
Knox Central 
Middlesboro 
Evarts 
Letcher 
, Buckhorn 

Knott Co. Central 
Lee County 
Magoffin County 
Allen Central 
Millard 
Johns Creek 
Rowan County 
East Carter 
Raceland 
Boyd County 



No. 


Delegate 


School/System 


Alternate 


1 


Larry Gardner 


Fulton County 


Ray Wilson 


2 


James "Cotton" Walker 


Paducah Tilghman 


Charles K. Henry 


3 


Claude Guidroz 


St. Mary 


David Roof 


4 


Gene Brooks 


Marshall County 


Ralph Colby 


5 


Jerry Wilson 


Livingston Central 


Buddy Nichols 


6 


Bob Gillaspie 


Webster County 


Willis Simpson 


7 


Phillip Back 


Dawson Springs 


Terry Capps 


8 


Wilton Gant 


Christian County 


Marshall Patterson 


g 


Bill Van Winkle 


Owensboro 


Bob Combs 


10 


Jim Price 


Muhlenberg Central 


Jim Wilcox 


11 


H. Dave Cowden 


Hancock County 


Rob Cox 


12 


Ted White 


Grayson County 


Dr. Don Hayes 


13 


Art Douglas 


Todd Central 


Fred Harper 


14 


David Crowe 


Warren Central 


Joe Hood 


15 


John W. McCarley 


Glasgow 


Coy Meadows 


16 


Walter Hawkins 


Metcalfe County 


David Wariner 


17 


Charles L. Meyer 


Fort Knox 


William G. Twyman 


18 


Phil Eason 


LaRue County 


Mike Brown 


19 


John K. Snider 


Nelson County 


William Hardin 


20 


Donald Skaggs 


Taylor County 


George Critz 


21 


Jerome Henderson 


Central 


Charles Weathers 


22 


Paul Dennison 


Western 


Tony Farnoli 


23 


Dan Shepard 


Doss 


Gordon Milby 


24 


Jim Watkins 


Southern 


Rex Robinson 


25 


Paul Young 


St. Xavier 


Jay Levine 


26 


Stanley K. Whitaker 


Atherton 


John Whiting 


27 


Dr. Judy Birkhead 


Fern Creek 


Jerry C. Keepers 


28 


Jim Reuther 


Ballard 


Jim Swart 


29 


Keith Collins 


Bullitt East 


Bob Wagoner 


30 


Larry K. Barnett 


Anderson County 


David Baird 


31 


William Cord 


Carroll County 


Jim Hinsdale 


32 


Donnie Martin 


Grant County 


John Crigler 


33 


Jay T. Mulligan 


Lloyd Memorial 


Ron Albrink 


34 


Charles Highfield 


Ludlow 


Jim McDonough 


35 


Stan Steidel 


Dayton 


George Johns 


36 


Dale Kirk 


Highlands 


Robert Konerman 


37 


Jerry Jenkins 


Harrison County 


Wilson Sears 


38 


Steve Craig 


Pendleton County 


Larry Sutton 


39 


Jimmie F. Staton 


Tollesboro 


Joe Dan Gold 


40 


Ewell Smoot, Jr. 


Bath County 


Gary Ramey 


41 


Robert Hoagland 


Franklin County 


Mike Oder 


42 


Joe Crouse 


Jessamine County 


■ Danny Haney 


43 


Grant Robinson 


Henry Clay 


Al Prewitt 


44 


Hubert Broaddus 


Madison 


Ed Miracle 


45 


Mike Candler 


Lincoln County 


Jack Portwood 


46 


Alvis Johnson 


Harrodsburg 


Gary Rye 


47 


George Owen Horton 


Wayne County 


Donnie Morrison 


48 


James Beeler 


Casey County 


Carl Patton 


49 


Bobby Keith 


Clay County 


Lee Brown 


50 


Andy Dunn 


Knox Central 


Bill Swafford 


51 


Dudley Hilton 


Bell County 


Wayne Wilson 


52 


Rick McCrary 


Harlan 


Wallace Napier 


53 


Sherrill Slone 


Letcher 


Charlie Whitaker 


54 


Ron Stidham 


Leslie County 


John Paul Amis 


55 


Tom Hall 


Knott Co. Central 


James Reynolds 


56 


Darrell Hogan 


Lee County 


Sam Watkins 


57 


Danny Adams 


Magoffin County 


Don Cecil 


58 


Frankie Francis 


Floyd County Schools 


Don Daniels 


59 


Tom Swartz 


Pikeville 


Bob Wright 


60 


Paul David Dotson 


Belfry 


Ron Thompson 


61 


Marvin Moore 


Rowan County 


Tim Moore 


62 


George Steele 


West Carter 


Harlan Fleming 


63 


David Seals 


Greenup County 


John Stephens 


64 


Eugene Clark 


Boyd County 


Brice Thornbury 


65 


Joan Mann, President 


Boyle County 


K.G.S.A. 


66 


John Radjunas, Exec. Sec. 


Montgomery County 


K.H.S.C.A. 


67 


Bill Hill, President 


Woodford County 


K.H.S.A.D.A. 



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Official Publication of the 
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VOL. L, NO. 5 



DECEMBER, 1987 



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^ MINUTES 
OF THE 
APPEALS HEARINGS 

November 27, 1987 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn in Louisville, Kentucky 
on Friday morning, November 27, 1987, for the purpose of 
hearing appeals The meeting was called to order by 
President Frank Welch at 9:00 am Present were Board 
Ivlembers Tom Buchanan, Bill Case, Sam Chandler, Huston 
DeHaven, Tony dinger. Grant Talbott and Ken Tippett; 
Commissioner Tom (Vlills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, 
Asst Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout and 
Sports Information Director Julian Tackett. The invocation 
was given by Mr. Sam Chandler. 

President Welch called on Mr. Steve Underwood, repre- 
senting Peter Connerth, Hopkinsville High School, who had 
requested a hearing before the Board to appeal the decision 
of the Commissioner as it relates to By-Laws 6, Transfer Rule 
Peter had transferred from University Heights Academy to 
Hopkinsville High School and was subject to the Transfer 
Rule. Following Mr. Underwood's appeal and questions to 
him by the Board members, Huston DeHaven made a motion 
that the Board uphold the Commissioner's decision. Bill 
Case seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

The next appeal was requested by James Steven Stacy, 
father of Mark Stacy, a student at Jackson City High School. 
Mark had transferred from Breathitt County High School and 
had been ruled ineligible to participate in interscholastic 
athletics due to By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. Following Mr. 
Stacy's appeal and a discussion thereof by the Board 
members, Tom Buchanan made a motion that the Board 
uphold the Commissioner's ruling in this case. Grant Talbott 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

President Welch then called on Mr. Carlton Anderson, 
Athletic Director at Conner High School who appeared 
before the Board to appeal the decision of the Commissioner in 
the case of Jackie Winebrenner. Jackie had transferred from 
St. Henry High School where she participated in basketball to 
Conner High School and was therefore subject to the 
provisions of the Transfer Rule and ineligible to participate in 
interscholastics until she has been enrolled there for a period 
of thirty-six school weeks. Following Mr. Anderson's appeal 
and questions to him by the Board members. Grant Talbott 
moved that the ruling of the Commissioner be upheld in this 
case. Sam Chandler seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

There being no more appeals, President Welch introduced 
Coach Reed, Football Coach at Washington County High 
School who had asked to present a proposal to extend the 
Football season. The new proposal calls for the following 
changes: practice in pads - August 1; 1st game - August 21; 
Championship Finals - December 1. Commissioner Mills 
advised Coach Reed that the Football Committee will meet to 
discuss the proposal and will report back to the full Board in 
January. 

There being no further business Sam Chandler made a 
motion that the meeting be adjourned. Tom Buchanan 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

(Reg. Meeting Minutes will appear in January "Athlete") 



THE GAME GUY A WARD 

This year the K.H.S.A.A. will again award the Game Guy 
Award. School representatives and registered officials may 
make nominations for the award. The eligible person should 
be a pupil at the junior or senior high school level who has 
overcome great physical handicap in order to take part in 
athletics. Letters of recommendation should be addressed to 
"Game Guy Committee, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280. 
Lexington, Kentucky 40522." Deadline for the 1988 nomi- 
nation IS April 1. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



1987 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 
Finals-Fairgrounds Stadium, Louisville, Ky. 



Heath (9-2) 


29 


Healti 


24 






Ruuallvllle 6 






, 




Todd Co. CenUal (3-7) 


Russetlville 


43 


A 




28 




Russetlville (8-3) 


Pahs 


20 






J 




Murray (6-3) 


Bath Co. 


12 






20 




Henry Co. (8-2) 


Pikevllle 28 






30 




Bath Co. (10-1) 


Paris 








3, 


-^^ 


Paris (7-3) 


Be«chwood 


56 






u 




Ky. Country Day (6-2) 




3S 






28 


Pikevllle 


Beechwood (9-1) 






8 




Fairview (9-2) 


Raceland 14 






30 




Raceland{10-1) 


Pikevllle 


28 











Ludlow (7-3) 








jj 




Cumberland (5-4) 












Johns Creek (8-1) 


PIkeyllle 








63 




Plkevrlle(10-0] 










34 




Pineville (8-2) 











26 


Maylisid 


24 


Mayfiekl 26 


Mayfleld 23 


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u 




Edmonson Co. (4-6) 


Fori Campt>eil 






22 




McLean Co. |9-2) 


Ellzabethlown 10 






24 




Foil Campball (6-4) 


Fl. KnoK 








12 




Glasgow (8-3) 


OanviMe 24 






27 




Fl. Knoi(9-1) 


Ellzabolhlown 








21 




EKiabolli Toon (10-0) 


Danville 28 






6 




Taylor Co. (8-3) 


DanvWs 


63 






3, 


Danville 


Dan«ill«(10-1) 






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Harrison Co. (8-3) 


Anderson (^. 








J 






Somsrssl 7 






16 














41 




SomorsW (7-3) 








J 




Morgui Co. (5-8) 


LsslK 14 






27 




l^aHsCo. (9-1) 








8 




Warns Co. (7-3) 









THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



PAGE THREE 



1987 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 
Finals-Fairgrounds Stadium, Louisville, Ky. 



PaducahTllghmmi (11-01 





12 


Paducah Tilghman 


42 


Paducah Tilghman 42 


Paducah Tilghman 6 


AAA 


Franklin Simpson (6-S) 


Bowltng Green 






27 




Bowling GrMn (8-2) 


Marion Co. 






14 




Union Co. 19-11 


Marion Co. 








21 




Marion Co. (10-11 


Covington Catholic 16 






,2 




Lincoln Co. (8-2) 


Meade Co. 13 






19 




JeoaamineCo. (10-0) 


Covington Catholic 27 






2^ 




Meade Co (6-5) 


Covington Catholic 


31 






35 


Covington Catholic 


Covington Catholic (10-1) 











CawDod (6-3) 


Bell Co. 6 






14 




Bell Co. (9-2) 


Montgomery Co 14 






12 




Newport (6-5) 










33 




Montgomery Co. (11-0) 








, 




Clay Co. (9-2) 


Paul Blazer 14 






13 




Belfry (9-2) 








27 




Paul Blazer (7-4) 









AAAA 



Hondofson Co. (8-3) 


13 


Shelby Co. 


10 


Shelby Co. n 


Shelby Co 17 






14 




Slielby Co. (6-4) 


Madlsonvllle N Hop. 2 






6 




Warren Central (8-2) 


Holy Cross 7 






22 




Madltonvllle N. Hop. (4-7) 


Holy Cross 


7 






14 




Holy Cro«« (7-3) 


Boone Co. 14 






12 




Male (S-2) 


St. Xavler 










SI.Xa.ler(10-1) 


Falrdale 7 










Pleasure Rdg. Pk. (5-5) 


Falrdale 








20 


Shelby Co. 


Falrdale (9-1) 






„ 




Easlwn (7-3) 


Trinity 


28 






20 




Trinity (8-1) 


Boone Co. 21 






„ 




Doss (6-4) 


Henry Clay 








14 




Hmry Clay (7-3) 








J 




Boyd Co. (9-2) 


Boone Co. 


34 






40 




Boone Co. (10-0) 













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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



PIKEVILLE PANTHERS 
CLASS A CHAMPION 




Row 1- Manager Paul Linton, Manager Bobby Phillips, Manager Anthony Keathley-Manager, K. Trivette-Asst. Coach, 

Assistant Coach Bill Allare, Head Coach Hillard Howard, Assistant Coacli Joe Mahan, Assistant Coach Larry Belcher, 
Trainer Tom Smith, Manager Ronnie Ford, Manager Suzanne Damron. Row 2 - Robert Mims, Kenny Sampson, Noah 
Conn, George Miller, Chris Billlter, David Cox, Jimmy Stewart, Shane Thornsberry, Johny Trobough, Mike May, Kevin 
Stewart, Row 3 - Jason Fitzpatricl<, Robbie Simpson, Greg Hackney, Tim Sanders, Jerry Ray, B.C. Newsome, Brian 
Lafterty, Donald Bentley, Chad Thornsberry, Jason Howard, Jody Brown. Row 4 -Parker Parker, Mike Hale, Shane Mills, 
Christian Coleman, Trey Deskins, Bobby Deramus, Kevin Arnold, Virgil Ray, John Pinson, Mike McCoy, Shannon Smith. 
Row 5 - Chris McNamee, Tim McNamee, Jason Justice, Matt Pafunda, Sean Neeley, Jeft Roop, Robert Thomas, Matt 
Blair, Aaron Balsar, Mickey Webster, Robbie Wright, Tim Honaker. Not pictLired - Max Thompson, Jody Miller, David 
Honaker, Lawrence Ausbrook, Hayes Gullett, Chad Huntley. 

RUSSELLVILLE PANTHERS 
CLASS A RUNNER-UP 











Row One - Philip West, Daiwin Washington, Todd Kerr, Tyrone Thompson, Chris Wood, Chad Wright, Keith Stovall, 
David Kemp. Row Two - Reggie Collier, Tyrone Long, Greg Duncan, Michael Sanders, Jeft Martin, David Britt, Casey 
Mullen, Rodney Harkleman. Row Three - Bobby Yarbrough, Brad Brown, Victor Snardon, Eivin Hollins, John Markham, 
Craig Calloway, Jeff Holt, Mike Wilson. Row Four - Fred Morris, Steve Townsend, Freeie Hampton, Jerry Martin, Johnny 
Buckner, Ike Finch, Todd Hammerstone. Row Five - P.J. Ramsey, Chris Washington, Darrell Hankins. (Troy Grainger - 
not pictured) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



PAGE FIVE 



DANVILLE ADMIRALS 
CLASS AA CHAMPION 








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Row 1 - Erin Smith, David Wall<er, Don Harris, Carlos Dunn, Keitli Ransdeil, Donnie Redd, Duffer Duffy. Row 2 - Chris 
Jacl<son, Jon Bailey, Jeff Slown, Chris Goodwin. XXX, Mike Clevenger, Chris Antle, Wally Atmore. Row 3 - Shelly 
Bowling, Assistant Coach Bernard Brant, Assistant Coach Kenny Young, Assistant Coach Norman Letcher, Head Coach 
Tom Duffy, Assistant Coach Jay Reynolds, Assistant Coach David McAfee, Myron Fortune, Denise Durham. Row 4 - 
Tyler Trachsel, Robert Smith, Roger Tully, Todd Davis, Tim McDaniel, Byron Green, Walter Pennington, Johnny Walker. 
Row 5 - Pat Hickey, Ron Critchfield, Mike Lanham, Jeff Edwards, Jerome Baughman, Tom Bauer, Daron Stewart. 

MAYFIELD CARDINALS 
CLASS AA RUNNER-UP 









Row One - Tim Holt, Chris Lykins, Kerry Sherrill, Brad Seay, Steve Lovelace, Tony Brown. Chris Humphries, Billy Collins, 
Todd Winn, Taylor Colby, Eric Swafford, Monty Glisson. Row Two - Ricky Housman, Wes Rhodes, Jeff Richardson, 
Kevin Mathis, Matt Berhow, Timmy Schlosser, Scott Thorpe, Greg Wheeler, Beau Brown, Greg Glover, Laird Forester, 
Michael Webb. Row Three - Bill Erwin, Jason Counts, Anthony Earles, John Williams, William Yarber, Chad Work, Kelly 
Adams, Larry Jackson, Ryan King, Jimmy Gooch, Brian Flynn, Jason Nicholson. Row Four - Bobby Story, Chad Gay, 
Wilson Covington, Brandon Copeland, Jackie Chapman, Will Jay Bennett, Jay Brien, Todd Cartwright, Tim Smiley, Eric 
Stinson, Jon David Whiteside. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



COVINGTON CATHOLIC COLONELS 
CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Row One - David Meier, Tim Scliuli, David McGee, Bill Kuchle, Jason Guentlier, Tony Russo, Bob Beatrice, Dave 
iVIcDonaid, Gary Snyder, Don Bieger, Andy Disken. Row Two - Scott Norris, Jeff Scliabeli, Brian IVlurpliy, Dan Ruh, John 
Becl<Gr, Ron Beard, Scott Spivey, Jack Lenilian, Don Brossart, Nick Rabe. Row Three - Mike Woolf, Jeff Zeigler, Bob 
Busch, [Martin Crowe, Andy Brueggemann, Buddy Biggs, Jamie Conway, Dana Granger, Greg Middendorf, Chris 
Wagner, IVlatt Zeigler, Rob Butcher. Row Four - Joe Nienaber, Chip Fritz, Dan fVlartin, Brian Williams, Kevin Bulter, 
Shawn Peelman , Jerry Anneken, Scott Tranter, Mike Schneider, Jim Scott, Eric Rommell. Row Five - Jason Baute, 
Chris Thiel, Chris Noel, Paul HIadon, Mike Wilson, Mike Flesch, Charlie Duncan, Joe Bensman, Dave Legeay, Dean 
McCoy, Rob Newman, 

PADUCAH TILGHMAN TORNADO 
CLASS AAA RUNNER-UP 




Row One - Brian Williams, Shane Smith, Chad Sirk, Joe Phil, Johnny McNichols, James Johnson, Chris Witherspoon, 
Kurt Barber, Tony Whiteside, Robert Tyler, Michael Clark. Row Two - Gerald Hampton, Junior Palmer, David Johnson, 
Eric Hutchison, Steve Patterson, Rod Ford, Greg Arnold, Terrence Williams, Peter Jackson, Corey Dabney. Row Three - 
Jeff Johnson, Steve McGinty, Todd Sutherland. Patrick Owens, Jonathan Hancock, Chad Helm, Scott Wilkerson, Leslie 
Arnett, Whalen Wright, Chris Cooper, Clint Conway. Row Four - Juan Southward, Jeffrey Reynolds, James Stubblefield, 
Kurt Johnson, Larry Nunn, Anton Thomas, George Ross, Kevin Sanders, Roger Shaw, Michael Wilson, Chris Bell, Tony 
Willis. Row Five - Curt Cromwell, Brian Dickson, Brett Williams, Casey Allen, Kevin Garland, Emerson Wells, Rob 
Manchester, Tim Jones, Maurice Bell, Marcus Jackson, Randy Wyatt, Tony White. Row Six - Chris Adams, Burt 
Stodghill, Coach Clayton Hargrove, Coach Bob Blackmon, Coach Bob McCalister, Coach Cecil Ward, Coach Allan Cox, 
Coach Steve Johnston, Mario Otr, Marcus White, Rodney Drew. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



(Mi@7ii®(i(!i)@fi 



WRESTLING STATE TOURNAMENT CHANGED 

At its July meeting, the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control eliminated the sectional 
wrestling meets. By taking this action, the Board moved the state championship 
finals in wrestling to February 19 and 20, 1987. Please make a note of this 
change in your records, and on your memorandum calendar. 

COACHES WHO HAVE NOT ATTENDED AN APPROVED RULES CLINIC 

The following boys coaches have not attended an approved basketball rules 
interpretation clinic or make-up clinic and will not be able to coach in 
K.H.S.A.A. sponsored competition until attending an approved make-up clinic -- 

Brown (George Walker), Bullitt Central (Bill Schott), Christian 
Academy-Louisville (Mike Brown) Crittenden County (Joe McCord), Dorton (Gene 
Tackett), Fort Campbell (Micky Fisher), Highview Baptist (Larry Smith), 
Jackson City (Marcus Wall), Leslie County (Ronald Stidham), Lynn Camp (Clyde 
Dixon), Phelps (Dale Hunt), Silver Grove (Ed Cravens) 

The following girls coaches have not attended an approved basketball rules 
interpretation clinic or make-up clinic and will not be able to coach in 
K.H.S.A.A. sponsored competition until attending an approved make-up clinic -- 

Buckhorn (Peggy Moore), Bullitt Central (John Crow), Christian 
Academy-Louisville , Crittenden County (Jimmy Croft) , Danville (Angela 
Taylor), DuPont Manual (Kenny Smith), Eastern (Ernest Freeman) , Elliott 
County (Terry Puckett), Evangel Christian , Frankfort (Albert Wall), 
Frederick Fraize , Henderson County (Jeff Haile), Highview Baptist (Sherri 
Davis), Holy Cross (Covington) (Bill Goller), Jackson City , Johns Creek 
(Eugene Lyons), Madison (Velmar Miller) , Magoffin County (Jackie Howard), 
Monticello (Gary Abbott), Newport Central Catholic (Sandi Woeste), North 
Bullitt (Phil Berry), Notre Dame (Nancy Berger), Red Bird , Walden 
(Michelle Palmer), Williamstown (Bert Hensley) 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 

With the implementation of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test). For 1987-88, the schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 

10/24/87 09/25/87 10/13/87 

12/12/87 11/13/87 12/01/87 

02/27/88 01/29/88 02/16/88 

04/16/88 03/18/88 04/05/88 

06/11/88 05/13/88 05/31/88 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1987 is August 19. All football coaches 
should be aware that this date may change with the actions of the Board of 
Control at its January, 1988 meeting. The first legal date for practice in 
pads is August 1. Keep this in mind in making out your schedules. Please 
remember to inform the office as to open dates and to contact this office when 
you fill an open date. At this time, we have the following open dates -- 

Week 1 (August 19) - Harrison County, contact Ray Graham (606)234-3253 
or 4382. Montgomery County, contact Chili Ishmael or Lowell King 
(606)498-4964. Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

Week 2 (August 26) - Belfry, contact Philip Heywood (606)353-7239. 
Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155. Knott County 
Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. 

Week 3 (September 2) - Anderson County, contact Sam Harp 
(502)839-9494. Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155. 
Knott County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. 

Week 4 (September 9) - Anderson County, contact Sam Harp 
(502)839-9494. Harrodsburg, contact Alvis Johnson (606)734-5106. Knott 
County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. Montgomery County, 
contact Chili Ishmael or Lowell King (606)498-4964. 

Week 5 (September 16) - Belfry, contact Philip Heywood (606)353-7239. 
Harrison County, contact Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 4382. 

Week 6 (September 23) - Harrodsburg, contact Alvis Johnson 
(606)734-5106. 

Week 7 (September 30) - Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn 
(502)695-4155. Harrison County, contact Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 
4382. Knott County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. 

Week 8 (October 7) - Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

Week 9 (October 14) - Anderson County, contact Sam Harp (502)839-9494. 
Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

Week 10 (October 21) - Eminence, contact Steve Frommeyer 
(502)845-5427. Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

Week 11 (October 28) - Middletown (OH), contact Jim Place 
(513)422-7432. Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

FIRST ALL ACADEMIC BALLOTS HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED 

The first Academic All State Nomination Forms have been mailed to the schools 
for nominating student athletes from the fall sports - football, soccer, and 
volleyball. Remember that these forms are due in to the K.H.S.A.A. office no 
later than Friday, January 15 in order for a student to be considered. 



First 


First 


Num. 


State 


Practice 


Contest 


Games 


Finals 


A1 1 owed 


(Tentative) 






Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 20 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 4/5 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 19/26 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 30 


24 


Mar. 19/26 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 1/2 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 2/4 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1987-88 ** PLEASE NOTE CORRECTIONS ** 

The important dates list printed in the September issue of the Athlete 
contained incorrect dates for the finals in basketball and swimming. The dates 
printed below are correct, and we apologize for any problems this may have 
caused. The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
events, along with the first day of practice. 

Sport 



Wrestling 

Swimming 

Basketball 

non football 

football 
Track 
Softball 
Golf 
Tennis 
Baseball Feb. 15 Apr. 1 35 June 4 

These dates are as printed on the 1987-88 Memorandum Calendar, with the 
exception of the state wrestling meet which was changed by a decision of the 
Board of Control at its July, 1987 meeting. 

FOOTBALL COACH OPENING 

The Rowan County Board of Education is now accepting applications for the 
position of Head Football Coach. Prospective candidates should send resume' 
and letter of application to Marvin Moore, Principal, Rowan County Senior High 
School, Route 5, Morehead, 40351. 

BASKETBALL OPEN DATES 

January 5, January 29, Western Hills High School is looking for boys' 

basketball games (home or away). Contact Coach Harold Miller, (502)875-2900. 
January 25, Russell High School is looking for girls games (home or away). 

Contact Lafe Walter, A.D., (606)836-9650 
January 5-8, 1988, 4th Annual Bath County High School New Year Classic, needs 

four boys' teams to complete the field. Contact Coach Roy Wright 

(605)674-6236 (school) or (606)674-2469 (home). 
January 27-30, 1988, Boone County High School needs one girls' team for an 

eight (8) team tournament, contact Coach Nell Hensley (606)283-2795. 

BOARD OF CONTROL MEETING DATE CHANGED 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of Control meeting 
scheduled for January 15 and 16 in Louisville has been changed to the following 
weekend, January 22 and 23. The meeting will be held at the Executive Inn in 
Louisville. The change is due to the movement of the dates of the Louisville 
Invitational Tournament and the desire to make the meeting as accessible as 
possible to K.H.S.A.A. constituencies. 



K.H.S.A.A. COACHING BOX (Experimental for the 1987-88 Basketball Season) 

The basketball committee has approved the following amendment to the National 
Federation Rules for all games played in Kentucky. The change is effective 
immediately. All schools, coaches, superintendents and officials are being 
notified as well as being sent a sample of play interpretations. 

PART I - Definition. This would become Section 14 of Basketball Rule 1, under 
definitions. Section 13 would be amended to change "... recommended that the 
..." to "... required that the ...". 

SECTION 14 The "coaching box" shall be defined as an area outside the playing 
court on the side of the court which the scorers/timers table and team benches 
are located. This area shall be bounded by the mid-court line (28' line) and 
the corresponding end-line for length boundaries, and the sideline and the team 
bench for the width boundary. The optimum width shall be three feet (3'), but 
in cases of limited space, may be reduced to the distance from the sideline to 
the team bench. 

All bench areas must be located on the side of the court, and may not extend 
past the mid-court line (28' line). 

Each box shall be clearly marked with two-inch wide lines, one extending from 
the mid-court (28') line, and the other from the end-line. The line may be 
painted, or may be marked with tape, but must be clearly visible. If painted, 
the line shall be of contrasting color to the side and end lines. 

For permissible actions within the confines of the "coaching box", see Rule 
10, Section 5, as amended for use by the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association for the 1987-88 season. 



PART II - Delete existing basketball playing Rule 10, Section 5. 
Replace Rule 10-5 with the following -- 

SECTION 5 The Head Coach may stand to give instructions to his/her players but 
must remain within the confines of the coaching box at all times while the 
clock is running or is stopped except to: 

ART 1 ... confer with personnel at the scorer's table to request a time-out 
for a correctable error, as in 2-10, or to prevent or rectify a timing or 
scoring mistake or an alternating possession mistake; 

ART 2 ... attend an injured player, when beckoned onto the court by an 
official ; 

ART 3 The Head Coach, when standing, or kneeling in the designated coaching 
box, shall not have dialogue with the official (s); 

ART 4 All other non-player bench personnel shall remain seated on the bench 
except during a time-out or to spontaneously react to an outstanding play by a 
member of the team. 

ART 5 The Head Coach shall replace a disqualified or injured player within 
30 seconds when a substitute is available. 

PENALTY: (All articles) Technical Foul, 2 free throws and possession of the 
basketball. In articles 1-4, the foul is charged to the offender and to the 
head coach. In Article 5, the foul is charged to the head coach. If flagrant, 
the offender shall go to the team's locker room, or leave the building. 

NOTE: The third technical foul on any coach is considered flagrant. 



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PAGE SEVEN 



SHELBY COUNTY ROCKETS 
CLASS AAAA CHAMPION 



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Row One - Ron Simmons, Herbert Fletcher. Harrison Gary, Steve Hall, Matt Crockett, Monty Wood, Reggie Hicks, Steve 
Coleman, Charles Ray Marshall, Chris Waford, Darryl Hicks, Neylon Robinson, Mike Stoner, Steve Russell. Row Two - 
Mark Rayburn, Chad Adams, Tony Griffin, Charles Warfield, Monty Walker, Sean Cooley, Matt Kehrt, Lee Hankins, Keith 
Owens, Ralph Stone, Geoffrey Manica, Greg Young, Mickey Perry, Melvin Hall. Row Three - Jeff Conn, Don Marshall, 
Chris Chanda, Jeff Hayden, Brian Stivers, Chris Waldridge, Chris Cottongim, Tom Thompson, Eric Sutherland, Danny 
Druen, Ronnie Mason, Edmund Becherer, Chad Schott, Scott Lawson, Bient Wilson, Tom Bailey, Mark Wilson, Brian 
King. 



BOONE COUNTY REBELS 
CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 





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Jon Bernier, William Waller, Chad Johnson, Phil Dinn, Brian Art, Chris Combs, John Dehner, Mike Travis, Kevin Tierney, 
Greg Garrison, Phil Smith, John Connley, Jim Hornsby, Paul Schuster, Kyle Neiderman, Jon Smith, John Ransdell, Tony 
Law, Bobby Shehan, XXX, Beaux Gillette, Todd Rich, David Trosper, Danny Eglian, Steve Johnson, Lee Raid, Jim 
Roberts, XXX, Andy Eckstein, Matt Branum, Andy Brinkman, Fred Cuzick, Erik Kramer, Steve Harris, Steve Grant, Steve 
Cox, Jack Conrad, Clint Morrow, Lance Howard, Troy Matteoli, Jim Jackson, Aaron Ashciaft, Randy Harris, Tony Ritter, 
Steve Martin, Pat Walters, Tim Hamilton, Matt Hughes, Carl Bailey, Joe Switzer, XXX, Eric Turner, Kevin Kramer, Billy 
Foulks, Travis Baker, Jon Lucas, Tony Bunion, Kurt Hollen, Ty Lindeman, Brian Weddle, Adam Chaney, Mike Crimmons, 
Chris Mulberry, Tom Johnson 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



1987-88 K.H.S.A.A. ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND REGIONS FOR 
GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

REGION I 



Dis. School 

D. 1 Carlisle County 

Fulton City 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 
D. 2 Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilghman 

Reidland 
D. 3 Ballard Memorial 

Graves County 

St. Mary 
D. 4 Calloway County 

Marshall County 

Mayfield 

Murray 



City 

Bardwell 42023 
Fulton 42041 
Hickman 42050 
Clinton 42031 
West Paducah 42086 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Barlow 42024 
Mayfield 42066 
Paducah 42001 
Murray 42071 
Benton 42025 
Mayfield 42066 
Murray 42071 



Principal 

Burley Mathis 
J. Virgil Yates 
Larry Gardner 
Ray Wilson 
Tom Lane 
Wallace Adams 
Charles Henry 
Don Rudolph 
Bob Rogers 
Jerald Ellington 
Claude Guidroz 
Jerry Ainley 
Gene Brooks 
Ralph Colby 
Bill Wells 



Boys Coach 

Steve Dreher 
Don Hubbard 
Bobby Toon 
Todd Johnson 
Bill Bond 
Larry Hopper 
Berny Miller 
Joe Mathis 
Yogi Trice 
Don Butler 
Rudy Carrico 
Craig Morris 
Alan Hatcher 
Roger Fields 
Cary Miller 



Girls Coach 

Richard Brazzell 
Wayne Lohaus 
Sam Miller 
Gerald Vaughn 
Bobby Noles 
Mike Clark 
Beverly Duckwyler 
Tony Burkeen 
Hugh Wear 
Wayne Wadlington 
Linda Haley 
Rose Ross 
Howard Beth 
Lanny Lancaster 
Jimmy Harrell 



REGION 



Caldwell County 

Crittenden County 

Livingston Central 

Lyon County 

Trigg County 

Henderson County 

Providence 

Union County 

Webster County 

Dawson Springs 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 

South Hopkins 

West Hopkins 

Christian County 

Fort Campbell 

Hopkinsville 

University Heights 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Smithland 42081 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 
Madisonville 42431 
Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Fort Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Hopkinsville 42240 



Dr. Roy Woodward 
R. Kent Barnes 
Jerry Wilson 
Buddy L. Nichols 
Mary Ann Fourgurean 
Howard Crittenden 
Willis Simpson 
Richard Vincent 
Bob Gillaspie 
Philip D. Back 
James Stevens 
Lannie Woodard 
Gary Morgan 
Kay Lancaster 
Gary Stewart 
Harold Wood 
Marvin Dennison 



Robin Scott 
Joe McCord 
Mike Riley 
Kirk Chiles 
George Radford 
Curtis Turley 
Norman Manasco 
Tris Kington 
Steve Gilliam 
Philip Back 
Don Parson 
Charles Hayslip 
Jim Beshear 
Lyie Dunbar 
Micky Fisher 
Daryl Hallmark 
Roy Woolum 



William Fralick 
Jimmy Croft 
Glen Ringstaff 
Ralph Brown 
Mike Wright 
Jeff Haile 
Brad Fasier 
Gerald Tabor 
Phil Gibson 
Terry Capps 
Cindy Fitch 
Bobby Fox 
Darrell Allen 
Lynn Colley 
Connie Jackson 
Bob McCord 



REGION III 



D. 9 Apollo 

Daviess County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 
D. 10 Bremen 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 
D. 11 Breckinridge County 

Frederick Fraize 

Hancock County 

St. Romuald 

Tnnity (Whitesville) 
D. 12 Fordsville 

Grayson County 

McLean County 

Ohio County 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42323 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Cloverport 40111 
Lewisport 42351 
Hardinsburg 40143 
Whitesville 42378 
Fordsville 42343 
Leitchfield 42754 
Calhoun 42327 
Hartford 42347 



Robert D. Combs 
Waymond Morris 
Bill Van Winkle 
Joe O'Bryan 
Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
Randy Everly 
Carl Sparks 
Steve Knight 
Bill Knight 
Perry Hill 
Rob Cox 
Ed Belcher 
Ann Evans 
Germained Larkin 
Sr. Stephanie Warren 
Dr. Leonard Ralph 
Ted White 
Donald R. Hayes 
Walter Freeman 



Will Wyman 
Ray Maggard 
Randy Embry 
Danny Mattingly 
Bryan Whilaker 
Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
Mike Deaton 
Randy Ursrey 
Dale Todd 
Dean Hobbs 
Robert Geoghegan 
Joe Allen 
Kevin Rhodes 
Larry Farmer 
Steve Patton 
Charles Grain 
Ricky Johnson 
Brad Standley 



Willis McClure 
Harold Wilson 
Jerry Rhodes 
Mike Reeves 
Eddie Lewis 
Steve Sparks 
Carl Tatum 

Linda Donovan 
Jim Milam 
Sam Sparks 
Jeff Patton 

L. Jarboe/B. Mathew 



Darline Ashby 
E.E. "Red" McGhee 
Andy Groves 
Scott Lewis 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



PAGE NINE 



REGION IV 



D. 13 Butler County 

Logan County 

Russellville 

Todd County Central 
D. 14 Bowling Green 

Franklin-Simpson 

Warren Central 

Warren East 
D. 15 Allen County-Scottsville 

Barren County 

Edmonson County 

Glasgow 
D. 16 Clinton County 

Cumberland County 

Metcalfe County 

Monroe County 



Morgantown 42261 
Russellville 42276 
Russellville 42276 
Elkton 42220 
Bowling Green 42101 
Franklin 42134 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Scottsville 421 64 
Glasgow 42141 
Brownsville 42210 
Glasgow 42141 
Albany 42602 
Burkesville 42717 
Edmonton 42129 
Tompkinsville 421 67 



Ernest Shelton 
Bob Birdwhistell 
Wallace Mason 
Harold Ross 
W.A. Franklin 
Frank Cardwell 
David D. Crowe 
Joe Watkins 
Bennie Keen 
Larry Lock 
Stan Alexander 
John W. McCarley 
David Warinner 
Ronnie Skipworth 
Hurshel Toms 
Prentice Stanford 



Jim Bob Green 
Barry Reed 
Jeff Edwards 
Fred Harper 
Ernie Simpson 
Wendell Brown 
Mike Flynn 
Tommy Compton 
Mark Williams 
Tom Crews 
Don Burton 
Donnie Owens 
Allen Feldhaus, Jr. 
Tom Watson 
Tim McMurtrey 
Sonny Oliphant 



Gary Wallace 
Jim Thompson 
Matt Tipton 
Jimmy Chapman 
Clarence Thomas 
Damon Tabor 
Vanous Lloyd 
Fred Carter 
David Young 
Joey Downs 
Rick White 
Terry Flatt 
Mike Conner 
Glen Murphy 
Gary Richardson 
Bill McClendon 



REGION V 



D. 17 East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 

D. 18 Caverna 

Green County 
Hart County 
Larue County 

D. 19 Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 

D. 20 Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Fort Knox 40121 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgenville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Don McKinney 
William G. Twyman 
Charles Meyer 
Vernon Wilson 
Ray Story 
William Kelley 
Dr. LeLand Clack 
Forrest Kelly 
Charles Wuertzer 
Phil Eason 
Jude Talbott 
Sr. Margart Willis 
John K. Snider 
William Hardin 
George Critz 
Charles Richardson 
Charles E. Crawley 
Donald Skaggs 



Russell Vanzant 
Gary French 
Larry Cheatham 
Larry Miller 
Ron Bevars 
Harry Wright 
Terry Martin 
David Sparkman 
Ricky Line 
Don Cunningham 
Timothy McDough 
Bev Hart 
Ken Simpson 
Whitey Simpson 
Keith Young 
Sam Karr 
Tim Davis 
Fred Waddle 



Terry Buckles 
Leon Blair 

Bob Pollock 
Pat Tully 
Kenny Lane 
Phil Gowdy 
Lesa Bradshaw 
Mindy Daniels 
Gary Canter 
James Higgins 
Todd Gilley 
Minor Harmon 
Bill Newton 
Kim Goodin 
Marion Hall 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



REGION VI 



D. 23 



Central 

Portland Christian 

Presentation 

Shawnee 

Southwest Christian 

Butler 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Western 

Beth Haven 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Valley 

DeSales 

Evangel Christian 

Holy Rosary 

Iroquois 

Southern 



Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40272 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40258 
Louisville 40216 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Fairdale 40218 
Louisville 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40215 
Louisville 40219 



Geneva M. Hawkins 
Ted Hardin 

Sis. Maureen Coughlin 
Harold Fenderson 
Rosemary Hatcher 
Kenneth Frick 
Ted Pearce 
Charles Miller 
John Turner 
John O. Russell 
Gordon Milby 
Marilyn Hohmann 
Terry W. Shinkle 
Dave Winkler 
Roger Hoagland 
Beverly McAuliffe 
Harry O. Tibbs 
James Burch 



Ralph Johnson 
Eugene Schreiner 

Stuart Wilson 
Mike Brown 
Tim Mappin 
David Aberii 
Dale Mabrey 
Bobby Jones 
Joe Bailey 
Leon Mudd 
Stan Hardin 
Fred Copass 
Mike Campbell 
Jim Austin 

Estil Griffis 
Steve Kinney 



Linda Arnold 

Stasia Kissel 
David Logan 
Joe Raymo 
Mike Johnson 
Steve Kaufman 
Lari-y Pack 
Connie Armstrong 
Dave Hicks 
Terri Keown 
Betty Thornsberry 
Bob Durham 



Raymond Koch 
Von Macklin 
Bill Brown 



REGION VII 



D. 25 Brown Louisville 40202 Douglas Proctor George Walker 

DuPont Manual Louisville 40208 Joe Liedtke Fred Holden Kenny Smith 

Louisville Collegiate Louisville 40204 Douglas Mackelcan Mark Cunningham Wendy Martin 

Male Louisville 40203 R. Ted Boehm Maurice Payne Tena Leahy 

Mercy Academy Louisville 40204 Mary Boyce Leslie Scully 

Ninth & O Baptist Academy Louisville 40208 Dan Stevens Daryl Carlson Karen Sweazy 

St. Francis Louisville 40202 Tom Pike, III 

St. Xavier Louisville 40217 Edward Driscoll Joe Bergamini 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



D. 26 Assumption 

Atherton 

Christian Academy-Louisville 

Seneca 

Trinity (Louisville) 
D. 27 Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Moore 

Walden 
D. 28 Ballard 

Eastern 

Kentucky Country Day 

Sacred Heart Academy 

Waggener 



Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40220 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40291 
Jeffersontown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 
Louisville 40243 
Louisville 40222 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 



Karen Russ 
Stanley Whitaker 
Joyce Marcy 
John Whiting 
Peter Flaig 
Dr. Judy Birkhead 
Byron Bell 
George Carson 
John Gernert 
Alexandra "Sandy" Allen 
Harold E. Andrews 
Thomas Monaco 
Louise Marie Willenbrink 
Donna R. Ludwig 



Kevin Salyer 
Mike Brown 
Charles Moore 
Joe Thompson 
Ronnie Carroll 
Don Hottman 
Tommy Finnegan 
David Moss 
Scott Davenport 
Bill Kercher 
Kevin Sullivan 

Rod Driggers 



Stephanie Greathouse 
Jerry Wilson 

Leonard Coulter 

Jamie Waddel 
Art Olliges 
Suzanne Wallace 
Michelle Palmer 
Wayne Walker 
Ernest Freeman 
John Filar 
Bunny Daugherty 
Bob Stewart 



REGION VIII 



D. 29 Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 

D, 30 Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Western Anderson 

D. 31 Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 

D, 32 Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Shepherdsville 40165 
Mt. Washington 40047 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Taylorsville 40071 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



George Valentine 
Ray Foster 
C.T. Collins 
Jim Huggins 
Larry K. Barnett 
David Baird 
Brad Hargrove 
Sam W. Chandler 
M. Kent Stevens 
Mr. William Cord 
Bill Prewitt 
Blake Haselton 
Jim Bishop 
John Brill 
Kenneth B. Gray 
Tom Sims 
Wagoner/Worthington 



Bill Schott 
David Shelburne 
Garry Jervis 
Larry Ruble 
Glen Drury 
Randy Mefford 
John Roberts 
Ed Mason 

Bobby Simpson 
Tom Haney 
Bob Hoggard 
Jim Hurst 
Mark Cooper 
Dominicue Fucci 
Everette Varney 
David Miller 



John Crow 
Jerry Troutman 
Phil Berry 
Steve Slaughter 
Bill Pickett 
Don Van Meter 
Renita McCarty 
Charlotte Chowning 

Michelle Duvall 
Jim Hinsdale 
Dave Weedman 
J.T, Peniston 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Charles Gibson 
Bert Hensley 



REGION IX 



D. 33 Boone County 

Conner 

Lloyd Memorial 

Simon Kenton 

St. Henry 

Walton Verona 
D. 34 Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Dixie Heights 

Holmes 

Holy Cross (Covington) 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna 
D. 35 Bellevue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Central Catholic 
D. 36 Bishop Brossart 

Campbell County 

Highlands 

Scott 

Silver Grove 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Erianger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Elsmere 41018 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Fort Thomas 41075 
Covington 41015 
Silver Grove 41085 



William F. Baker 

Paul Hogan 

William Steiden 

Robert Abell 

Ron Albrinck 

Bob Storer 

Gene Sell 

Paul Brinker 

George Gerl 

Jim Jenkins 

Dick Howard 

Bill Goller 

Tom Holloway 

Sister Mary Rita 

Sr. Nancy Kordenbrock 

William Dosch 

Tom Hood 

Fred Kelly 

Carl Foster 

Thomas Seither 

Raymond E. lies 

Dale Kirk 

Robert Konerman 

Tim Barrow 



Jay Mulcahy 
Bill Warfield 
David Otte 
Donnie McFarland 
Ron Dawn 
Steve Wright 
Keen Babbage 
Dan Tieman 
Gene .Morrison 
Dean Fookes 
Reynolds Flynn 
Pat Ryan 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
Jack Patterson 
Mark Krebs 
Jeff VonHandorf 
Bob Jones 
Ken Shields 
Carl Wenderoth 
Ed Cravens 



Nell Hensley 
Tim Shields 
Carl Schwierjohan 
Gerry Scaring! 
Ray Kues 
Layna Cheesman 
Frank Seta 



Dave Sorrell 
Dennis Soard 
Bill Goller 
Roger Lewis 
Nancy Berger 
Kim Gunning 
Gary Akers 
Mike Herald 
Sharon Redmond 
Sandi Woeste 
Ray Hildebrand 
Tom Russell 
Don Dobson 
Linda Moore 
James Elam 



REGION X 



D. 37 Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
Millersburg Military Institute 
Nicholas County 
Paris 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
Millersburg 40348 
Carlisle 40311 
Paris 40361 



Wilson Sears 
Jerry Jenkins 
Charles Thbble 
Greg Reid 
Homer H. Goins 



Russ Day 
Woody Crum 
Ed Allin 
Lee Cruse 
Bob Eades 



Jim Ishmael 
Virgil Jenkins 



Barbara Kenney 
Connie Appelman 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



PAGE ELEVEN 



D. 38 Augusta 

Bracken County 

Deming 

Pendleton County 
D. 39 Flenning County 

Mason County 

Maysville 

St. Patrick 

To lies bo ro 
D. 40 Bath County 

Estill County 

George Rogers Clark 

Montgomery County 



Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 
Mt. Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 
Flemingsburg 41041 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Tollesboro 41189 
Ow/ingsville 40360 
Irvine 40336 
Winchester 40391 
Mt. Sterling 40353 



Anthony Johnson 
Joe Seavers 
Dale Kleinjan 
Larry Sutton 
Joe Dan Gold 
Duane Lambert 
Sam Hall 
Sis. Louisa Dwyer 
Jimmie Staton 
Ewell Smoot, Jr. 
Dr. Russell Bowen 
Dr. Richard Hughes 
David Points 



Steve Simpson 
Robert Hall 
Gary McKinney 
Gary Turner 
Charles Adams 
Allen Feldhaus 
Mike Reitz 
Lex Turner 
Randy Harrison 
Roy Wright 
Dick Webb 
Guy Strong 
Bart Rison 



Anthony Johnson 
Janet Wray/Faye Cox 
Larry Allison 
Bob Taylor 
Billy Calvert 
Bob Hutchison 
Joe McKay 



Hopey Newkirk 
Mike Kindred 
Lisa Goodin 
Sharon White 



REGION XI 



D. 41 Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Western Hills 

Woodford County 
D. 42 Jessamine County 

Lexington Catholic 

Sayre 
D. 43 Bryan Station 

Henry Clay 

Lafayette 

Tales Creek 
D. 44 Berea 

Madison 

Madison Central 

Model 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Versailles 40383 
Nicholasville 40356 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



Mike Oder 
Robert Hoagland 
Dr. Fred Simpson 
Ken Tippett 

Sister Mary Lea Paolucci 

Tom Grunwald 

Jon Akers 

Bill Hurt 

Thurmas Reynolds 

Ken Cox 

Dr. Betty Watson 

Hubert Broaddus 

Frank Nassida 

Stephen Henderson 



Russ Wall 
Gary Moore 
Harold Miller 
Gene Kirk 
Joe Crouse 
Danny Haney 
Jim Lankster 
Bobby Washington 
Al Prewitt 
Don Harville 
Nolan Barger 
Bill Smallwood 
Philip Runyon 
Don Richardson 
Shirley Kearns 



Albert Wall 
Sally Gaines 
Homer Calvert 
Bill Hill 
Glen Teater 
James Taylor 
Sarah Roan 
Steve Ward 
Robert Tripure 
Brent Arnold 
Danny Ellison 

Velmar Miller 
Frank Ray 
Carol Chhstian 



REGION XII 



D. 45 Boyle County 

Danville 

Kentucky School t/t Deaf 

Lincoln County 
D. 46 Burgin 

Garrard County 

Harrodsburg 

Mercer County 
D. 47 McCreary Central 

Monticello 

Russell County 

Wayne County 
D. 48 Casey County 

Laurel County 

Pulaski County 

Somerset 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Stanford 40484 
Burgin 40310 
Lancaster 40444 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Stearns 42647 
Monticello 42633 
Russell Springs 42642 
Monticello 42633 
Liberty 42539 
London 40741 
Somerset 42501 
Somerset 42501 



Arnold Marshall 
Don M. Turner 
Thomas Kearns 
Jack D. Portwood 
Richard Carlton 
Johnnie Ray Laswell 
Gary Rye 
James Gash 
Bobby Nelson 
Richie Huff 
Donnie Morrison 
George Owen Horton 
James Beeler 
Carl Patton 
Larry Stewart 
Curt Wallace 



Tommy Mills 
Carroll Yager 
Paul Oberson 
Nelson Moore 
Don Irvine 
Dave McDaniels 
Barry Welty 
Gary Lawson 
Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Kay Morris 
Rodney Woods 
Jack Stanford 
Charles Broughton 
Dave Fraley 
Bob Tucker 



Morris Stewart 
Angela Taylor 
Paul Smiley 
Rod Waldroup 

Kenneth Hurt 
Frank Kemplin 
Gary Kidwell 
Jerry Dan Ross 
Gary Abbott 
Keith Ellis 
Wayne Ryan 
Greg Scholl 
Roy Bowling 
Larry Hurt 
John Cooper 



REGION XIII 



D. 49 



D. 50 



D. 51 



Clay County 

Jackson County 

Oneida Baptist Institute 

Rockcastle County 

Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 

Lynn Camp 

St. Camillus 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Bell County 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 

Cawood 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 



Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 40977 
Middlesboro 40965 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Harlan 40831 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 



Lee Brown 
Dr. Russell Bowen 
Larry Gritton 
Ronnie Cash 
Larry E. Warren 
Ray Tipton 
Andy Dunn 
Clayton Taylor 
Sister Amabilis 
J. Norm Weaver 
Jack Foley 
Pearl Lefevers 
Darryl Wilder 
Thomas Kelemen 
Olen Taylor Collins 
Shelton R. Smith 
Murris Wilder 
Wallace Napier, Jr. 
Bob R. Morris 



Bobby Keith/Mike While 
Mike Jones 
Larry Gritton 
David Perkins 
Vencil "Dinky" Phipps 
Bill Hicks 
Bill Swafford 
Clyde Dixon 

Bill Perkins 
Richard Prewitt 
J.D. Strange 
Larry Bruner 
David Clark 
Charles Minks 
Glen Estep 
Ralph Roberts 
David Parks 
Kevin Ball 



Donnie Gray 
Robert Lakes 
Margaret Adkins 
Preston Parrett 

Gerald Foley 
Daphne Goodin 
Sharon Oxindine 

Larry Anderson 
Ray Martin 
Wayne Walters 
Ken Condra 
DanA'in Walters 

Tom Mouyeos 
John Bond 
Earl Rogers 
David Davies 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1987 



D. 53 Fleming-Neon 

Jenkins 

Letcher 

Whitesburg 
D. 54 Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 

Hazard 

Leslie County 

M.C. Napier 
D. 55 Breatliitt County 

Cordia 

June Buchanan 

Knott County Central 

Riverside Christian 
D. 56 Jackson City 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Powell County 

Wolfe County 



D. 57 Johnson Central 
Magoffin County 
Paintsville 
Sheldon Clark 

D. 58 Allen Central 
Betsy Layne 
McDowell 
Prestonsburg 
Wheelwright 

D. 59 Dorton 
Millard 
Mullins 
Pikeville 
Virgie 

D. 60 Belfry 

Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 
Johns Creek 
Phelps 



D. 61 Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 

D. 62 East Carter 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 

D. 63 Fairview 

Greenup County 

Raceland 

Russell 

D. 64 Boyd County 

Lawrence County 
Paul Blazer 



Neon 41840 
Jenkins 41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Pippa Passes 41844 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Jackson 41339 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41365 



Paintsville 41240 
Salyersville 41465 
Paintsville 41240 
Inez 41224 
Eastern 41622 
Betsy Layne 41605 
McDowell 41647 
Prestonsburg 41653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 41520 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 41572 
Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 41522 
Feds Creek 41524 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 41553 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Russell 41169 
Ashland 41101 
Louisa 41230 
Ashland 41101 



REGION XIV 

David D. Jones 
Carson Slone 
Sherrill Slone 
Darrell Treece 
Dennis Wooton 
Doug Campbell 
Hargus Rogers 
Omus Shepherd 
Harold Combs 
William A. Toler 
Bobby Ralph Smith 
Otis H. Balkcom 
Brady Slone 
Doran Hosteller 
Dwight D. Johnson 
Gary Pack 
Russell Duff 
Charles L. Childers 
Charles E. Tapley 

REGION XV 

Paul Sester 
Dira! Adkins 
Grayson Boyd 
John Haney 
Don Daniels, Sr. 
Gene D. Davis 
Gary Frazier 
Robert May 
Lonnie Slone 
Glenn Wallace 
Robert Wright 
Richard Goodman 
Tom Swartz 
Phillip Johnson 
Frank Welch 
James Hawkins 
Dorse Adkins 
Ronald Thompson 
John O'Brien 



Mark Johnson 
Harvey Tackett 
Dan Bates 
Darrell Bell 
John Paul Amis 
Harold Combs 
Roy McKamey 
Ronald Stidham 
Denny Fugate 
Glen Napier 
Dook Kent Combs 
Gary Gibson 
Rhett Gibson 
Doran Hostetler 
Marcus Wall 
Darrell Hogan 
Charlie Turner 
Lonnie Morris 
Robert Creech 



Mike Castle 
Danny Adams 
Bill M. Runyon 
Dave Butcher 
John Martin 
Craynor Slone 
Johnny R. Turner 
Gordon Perido 
Monroe Jones 
Gene Tackett 
Steve Deskins 
Cog Sammons 
Howard Wallen 
Bobby Osborne 
Raymond Justice, Jr. 
Leon Stewart 
Ralph Good 
David Rowe 
Dale Hunt 



Larry & Sue Kincer 
Teresa Bentley 
Manis Blair 
John High 
Peggy Moore 
Doug Campbell 
William Fannin 
Wendell Wilson 
Oramious Napier, Jr 
J. P. Deaton 
Zella/Elmer Combs 
Mildred Nutter 
Larry Hayes 
Elaine Gibson 



Randall Spencer 
Lyn Stidham 
Roger Drake 



Alvin Ratliff 
Jackie Howard 
Dwight Burchett 
Robin Harmon 
Bonita Compton 
Karen Henry 
Meredith Slone 
Briget Clay 
Judy Eversole 
Bobby Spears 
Margaret Ellison 
Delores Meek 
Libby White 
Rodney Rowe 
Howard Hatfield 
B. J. Elswick 
David Slone 
Eugene Lyons 
Ronnie Preece 



REGION XVI 

James D. Trimble Terry Young James Trimble 

John Johnston George Bellamy Dean Rowland 

Marvin Moore Tim Moore Claudia Hicks 

Harlan Fleming Charles Baker Brian Buck 

Jody Sword Scotty Johnston Terry Puckett 

Michael Edington Rob Hall Tammy Hall 

George Steele Jim Webb John Brown 

Robert Morrison Rex Cooksey Judy Thomas 

David Seals Randy Ward Steve Coldiron 

John Stephens Ron Reed Randell Vanderhoof 

Jerry Blanchard Marvin Meredith Mary Robinson 

Brice Thornbury Roger Zornes Paul Rice 

Eddie Michael Sam Sparks Lynn Oppenheimer 

Jay Hutchinson Jerry Umberger Connie Ryan 

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Brice Durbin Appointed To Special 
White House Conference 




KANSAS CITY, MO (December 3, 1 987) -- Brice Durbin, executive director of the National Federation of State High 
School Associations, has been appointed by President Ronald Reagan as a member of the National White House 
Conference for a Drug Free America, which will be held February 28-March 3 in Washington, D.C. 

The White House Conference is a bi-partisan conference that was mandated by Congress to be implemented by 
the President as a result of the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act of 1 986. The purpose of the conference is to 
determine the best ways for the United States to use its resources in the war against drugs. 

Thirty-seven of the top experts in the field of drug abuse and education, as well as individuals who have dealt with 
these issues through other areas of education and life were invited by the President as members of the national 
conference. 

The Washington, D.C, conference conlcudes four months of regional conferences in Omaha, Los Angeles, 
Cincinnati, Jacksonville, Albuquerque and New York. Leaders concerned about substance abuse have been 
working together to determine possible ways to solve this country's problems with drug use and abuse. 

Neal Romano, media/sports director for the White House Conference on Drugs, said Durbin was selected 
because of his leadership background in amateur athletics, and because of his involvement with the National 
Federation TARGET program, which is helping students in the nation's schools cope with alcohol and other drugs. 
Romano said TARGET has been acclaimed as a model program in drug and alcohol education and prevention. 

Durbin, executive director of the National Federation since 1976, has been instrumental in the development of 
TARGET, which works with the 51 state high school athletic/activity associations to help schools confront 
problems of alcohol and other drug use among students. 

Since the formation of the TARGET program in 1 985, four major components have been Implemented: Resource 
Center and toll-free telephone number (1-800-366-6667), funding of leadership training for state associations at 
Hazelden, national student treatment insurance, and education and prevention materials, such as the monthly 
publication 'On TARGET" that is sent to every high school in the United States. 

More than 2,000 people are expected for the February 28-March 3 conference in Washington, D.C; however, the 
37-member conference team will review all materials after the conference and recommend ways that this country 
can combat the drug problem. 

Another member of the conference appointed by the President is David Stern, commissioner of the National 
Basketball Association since 1984 and a member of the TARGET Board of Directors. 



TARGET INTERVIEW 



l\Aary Lou Retton Talces Stand Against Alcotiol/Otlier Drug Use 

Mary Lou Retton won the hearts of people all over the world in 1984 when she won the all-around gold medal in 
gymnastics at the Olympics in Los Angeles. She also won two bronze and two silver medals and helped the United 
States team to a silver medal. 

Retton was born January 24, 1 968, in Fairmont, West Virginia, and began competing in gymnastics at age 7. She 
attended Fairmont High School and then Northland Christian in Houston after moving there to train full-time with 
former coach Bela Karolyi. She eventually graduated from high school by correspondence courses through the 
University of Missouri. 

Many awards have been bestowed on the vivacious Retton, including the 1 984 Sports Illustrated Sportswoman of 
the Year, 1 984 Gymnast of the Year, 1 984 Women's Sports Foundation Female Athlete of the Year, Olympia Award, 
Associated Press Amateur Athlete of the Year 1984, American Academy of Achievement Award and the Olympic 
Hall of Fame (youngest inductee). 

In addition to her five-medal performance at the 1984 Olympics, Retton's victories inlcude three consecutive 
American Cups (1983, 1984, 1985), the prestigious Chunichi Cup in Japan (1983), two U.S. Gymnastics Federation 
American Classics (1983, 1984), two Caesars Palace Invitationals (1983, 1984), the 1984 All-Around National 
Championship and the All-Around Championship at the Olympic trials. 

In September 1 986, Retton made the difficult decision of retiring from competitive gymnastics and opting not to 
compete in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. She is enrolled as a part-time student at the University of 
Texas, Austin, majoring in communications. 

In addition, Retton recently signed a contract with NBC as a sports commentator and will serve as a gymnastics 
commentator at the 1988 Olympics. 

(Mary Lou Retton Continued on Page Six) 






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January, 1988 

Volume L, No 6 







Official Publication of 

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Member of National Federation of Stale High School Associations 



^ELE^; 



Brice Durbin Appointed To Special 
White House Conference 




KANSAS CITY, MO (December 3, 1 987) -- Brice Durbin, executive director of the National Federation of State High 
School Associations, has been appointed by President Ronald Reagan as a member of the National White House 
Conference for a Drug Free America, which will be held February 28-March 3 in Washington, D.C. 

The White House Conference is a bi-partisan conference that was mandated by Congress to be implemented by 
the President as a result of the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act of 1 986. The purpose of the conference is to 
determine the best ways for the United States to use its resources in the war against drugs. 

Thirty-seven of the top experts in the field of drug abuse and education, as well as individuals who have dealt with 
these issues through other areas of education and life were invited by the President as members of the national 
conference. 

The Washington, D.C, conference conlcudes four months of regional conferences in Omaha, Los Angeles, 
Cincinnati, Jacksonville, Albuquerque and New York. Leaders concerned about substance abuse have been 
working together to determine possible ways to solve this country's problems with drug use and abuse. 

Neal Romano, media/sports director for the White House Conference on Drugs, said Durbin was selected 
because of his leadership background in amateur athletics, and because of his involvement with the National 
Federation TARGET program, which is helping students in the nation's schools cope with alcohol and other drugs. 
Romano said TARGET has been acclaimed as a model program in drug and alcohol education and prevention. 

Durbin, executive director of the National Federation since 1976, has been instrumental in the development of 
TARGET, which works with the 51 state high school athletic/activity associations to help schools confront 
problems of alcohol and other drug use among students. 

Since the formation of the TAFfGET program in 1 985, four major components have been implemented: Resource 
Center and toll-free telephone number (1 -800-366-6667), funding of leadership training for state associations at 
Hazelden, national student treatment insurance, and education and prevention materials, such as the monthly 
publication "On TARGET" that is sent to every high school in the United States. 

More than 2,000 people are expected for the February 28-March 3 conference in Washington, D.C; however, the 
37-member conference team will review all materials after the conference and recommend ways that this country 
can combat the drug problem. 

Another member of the conference appointed by the President is David Stern, commissioner of the National 
Basketball Association since 1984 and a member of the TARGET Board of Directors. 



TARGET INTERVIEW 



Mary Lou Retton Tal(es Stand Against Alcohol/Other Drug Use 

Mary Lou Retton won the hearts of people all over the world in 1 984 when she won the all-around gold medal in 
gymnastics at the Olympics in Los Angeles. She also won two bronze and two silver medals and helped the United 
States team to a silver medal. 

Retton was born January 24, 1 968, in Fairmont, West Virginia, and began competing in gymnastics at age 7. She 
attended Fairmont High School and then Northland Christian in Houston after moving there to train full-time with 
former coach Bela Karolyi. She eventually graduated from high school by correspondence courses through the 
University of Missouri. 

Many awards have been bestowed on the vivacious Retton, including the 1 984 Sports ///ustrated Sportswoman of 
the Year, 1 984 Gymnast of the Year, 1 984 Women's Sports Foundation Female Athlete of the Year, Olympia Award, 
Associated Press Amateur Athlete of the Year 1984, American Academy of Achievement Award and the Olympic 
Hall of Fame (youngest inductee). 

In addition to her five-medal performance at the 1984 Olympics, Retton's victories inlcude three consecutive 
American Cups (1 983, 1 984, 1 985), the prestigious Chunichi Cup in Japan (1 983), two U.S. Gymnastics Federation 
American Classics (1983, 1984), two Caesars Palace Invitationals (1983, 1984), the 1984 Ail-Around National 
Championship and the Ail-Around Championship at the Olympic trials. 

In September 1 986, Retton made the difficult decision of retiring from competitive gymnastics and opting not to 
compete in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. She is enrolled as a part-time student at the University of 
Texas, Austin, majoring in communications. 

In addition, Retton recently signed a contract with NBC as a sports commentator and will serve as a gymnastics 
commentator at the 1988 Olympics. 

(Mary Lou Retton Continued on Page Six) 



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JANUARY, 1988 



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MINUTES 

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BOARD MEETING 

November 28, 1987 



The Board of Control of tfie Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn, Louisville, Kentucky on 
Saturday, November 28, 1987. The meeting w/as called to 
order by President Frank Welch at 9.00 a.m. with the following 
Board members present: Tom Buchanan, Bill Case, Sam 
Chandler, Huston DeHaven, Tony Olinger, Grant Talbott and 
Ken TIppett. Also present were Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Asst. Commissioners Brigid 
L. DeVries and Louis Stout, and Sports Information Director 
Julian Tackett present. The Invocation was given by Mr 
Chandler. 

Grant Talbott moved, seconded by Tony Olinger, that the 
minutes of the meeting held on October 9-10, 1987, be 
approved as submitted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Sam Chandler made a motion that all bills of the Associ- 
ation for the period of October 1, 1987 through October 31, 
1987, be approved. Tom Buchanan seconded the motion 
which carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills led a lengthy discussion regarding the 
continuing problems with Foreign Exchange Students as 
they relate to their participation in interscholastic athletics. It 
was suggested that the Commissioner get an opinion on the 
subject from the Board's legal counsel and report back to the 
Board. 

Commissioner Mills then reported on the results of the 
Coaching Box survey which would waive By-Law 19, as 
follows: Yes votes - 228, No votes - 33. The Basketball 
classification interest survey which was sent to all Board 
Appointed Representatives resulted In the following votes: No 
votes - 137; Yes votes - 128. 

It was suggested that a proposal be submitted to the 
Delegate Assembly that would extend the Baseball season 
three days. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board that the court has 
approved the addition of two female Board of Control 
members. Tony Olinger made a motion, seconded by Sam 
Chandler that the Board accept the proposal as submitted 
and that the Commissioner initiate the election of two female 
representatives to the Board of Control. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Following a discussion regarding the assignment of teams 
by the K.H.S.A.A. to specific motels for the State Tourna- 
ments/ Playoffs, Grant Talbott made a motion that any team 
who does not stay where rooms are assigned. In all sports, the 
school must pay their own expenses. Bill Case seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

The Board discussed the need for a study of expenses paid 
to member schools for state events. It was decided that the 
All-Sports Committee take a look at these issues and make a 
report at the January meeting. 

Mr. TIppett expressed a concern about some member 
schools not adhering to the rules regarding insurance 
coverage relative to cheerleaders. He requested that a memo 
be sent to all principals and cheerleader sponsors reminding 
them of the policies relating to the recommendations for 
cheerleaders. 

Commissioner Mills reminded Board members that pro- 
posals to be presented to the Delegate Assembly In April 
should be submitted by the January meeting. 

Mr. Chandler recommended that a letter of appreciation be 



sent to the Friends of Athletics thanking them for their 
continued support and promotion of the Football Playoffs. 

Commissioner Stout advised the Board members of the 
growth of Soccer and Cross Country. In the State Cross 
Country Meet there were 1,115 runners--a record number. 
The Soccer Committee will be meeting on December 1 1 and 
will consider a new tournament format which will include a 
semi-state competition in the near future. 

Julian Tackett presented a plan which has been developed 
to recognize All-Academic Teams in all sports sponsored by 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. A copy of the 
plan will be mailed to each Board member in the near future. 
Following a discussion of the initial plans. Grant Talbott made 
a motion, seconded by Tony Olinger, that Mr. Tackett's 
recommendation be accepted and that the individual's 
cumulative GPA be used. The motion carried. 

Mr. Wise reported that $254,297.00 in ticket sales had been 
received through this date for the Boys State Basketball 
Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls State 
Basketball Tournament had netted $13,998.00. 

A lengthy discussion then ensured with regard to the 
assignment of officials for the district and regional basketball 
tournaments. The Board requested that the Commissioner's 
Office survey each Board of Control member concerning the 
method to be used in assigning all basketball officials to 
District and Regional Basketball Tournament for the 1987-88 
season. All surveys are to be returned no later than December 
14, 1987 and will be discussed at the January meeting. 

Exec. Asst. Wise distributed a new fee schedule for football 
and basketball officials. The new proposal was recom- 
mended due to the fact that the fees have not been raised in 
football in nearly ten years Basketball officials received a 
small raise three years ago. During the ten-year time period, 
the cosi of officiating equipment, registration fees, insurance 
and N.F.I.O.A. membership have all increased. Mr, Wise was 
advised to present his recommendation to the member 
schools with instructions to contact their respective Board 
members if they have specific recommendations. The Board 
will act upon the recommendations during the January 
meeting. 

The next meeting of the Board will be held in Louisville at 
the Executive Inn during the Louisville Invitational Tourna- 
ment. The time for the appeals hearings will be at 1 :00 p.m. on 
Friday, January 22, and the regular meeting will be held at 
9:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 23. 

Commissioner Mills presented a Proclamation to the Board 
congratulating former Board of Control member and newly 
elected Superintendent of Public Instruction John Brock. 
Tom Buchanan made a motion, seconded by Tony dinger 
that the Board adopt the recommended Proclamation and 
that It become a part of these minutes. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

A PROCLAMATION 

Whereas, Dr. John Brock has labored tirelessly as Superin- 
tendent of the Rowan County schools, and: 

Whereas, Dr. Brock served diligently in his capacity as a 
representative to the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Board of Control, and; 

Whereas, the emphasis placed on continued academic 
reform and effort to improve Kentucky's nationwide 
standing in primary and secondary education during his 
campaign propelled Dr. Brock to an overwhelming victory 
in the recent General Election, and; 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1988 



JANUARY, 1988 VOL. L, NO. 6 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Frank Welch (1 984-1 988) Belfry, Vice-President - 
Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Directors - William 
Case (1987-1991) Paris, Sam Chandler (1986-1990) 
Shelbyville, Huston DeHaven (1987-1991) Hardinsburg. 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Tony dinger (1984- 
1989) Lexington, Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Ken 
Tippett (1985-1989) Versailles, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, State Department of Education -Lloyd Redman, 
Louisville. 
Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



Whereas, Dr. Brock's continued professional objective is the 
smooth flovi( of education improvement in the Common- 
wealth of Kentucky, and; 

Whereas. Dr John Brock's emphasis on the combination of 
academics and participation during his professional 
career has served as a lesson for all professionals in the 
education field, and; 

Whereas, on January 4, Dr. Brock w^iil become the Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction for the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky; 

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE KENTUCKY HIGH 
SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD OF CONTROL 
AND STAFF IN REGULAR SESSION OF THE BOARD OF 
CONTROL ON THIS 28TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1987. THAT 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of 
Control and Staff does hereby congratulate Dr, Brock on 
his election as Superintendent of Public Instruction, and; 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of 
Control and Staff does hereby pledge its support to Dr. 
Brock and his plans and programs for the continued 
improvement of Kentucky education, and; 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of 
Control and Staff does wish Dr. Brock, his transitional staff, 
and his permanent staff the best of luck as they begin their 
term of office. 

DONE UNDER HAND, THIS 28TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1 987, 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board of the progress of 
Corporate Sponsorships, the Hall of Fame and the tentatives 
plans for a museum. Ken Tippett moved that the KHS.A.A, 
Staff continue with plans for of the Hall of Fame Museum, 

Ken Tippett made a motion to go into Executive Session to 
discuss personnel matters, Sam Chandler seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Ken Tippett moved, seconded lay Sam Chandler, that the 
Board return to open session. The motion passed unan- 




imously. 

Ken Tippett stated that the Board discussed personnel 
matters in closed session without action. 

Ken Tippett moved, seconded by Sam Chandler, that the 
meeting be adjourned. The motion passed unanimously. 



K.H.S.A.A. 
Films and Tapes Available 



Films of several previous K.H.S.A.A, state championship 
events as well as films related to the KH.S.AA, sponsored 
sports are available through Ms, Annette Andrews at the 
University of Kentucky Film Library, Lexington, KY, 40506. 
Her phone is (606) 257-8456, A small fee is charged for use 
in order to cover postage. These events were filmed and 
the related films purchased for the benefit and use of all 
Kentucky high school coaches and personnel to promote 
all of the K.H,S.A.A, sports. 

The following is the list currently available: 
BASEBALL 

Cincinnati Reds: Baseball Real Winners (1981) 
Cincinnati Reds: Pete Rose Big Hit (1985) 
The Hustle's Back (1984) 
Reds Baseball Building for '83 

BASKETBALL 

Basketball - The Right Way (1986) 

Bourbon Co, vs, Logan Co. (1984 Boys State Basketball 

Finals) 
Butler vs, Franklin County High (1980 Girls State 

Basketball Tournament) 
Lafayette vs. Christian County High (1979 Boys Basketball 

Finals) 
Laurel County vs. Lafayette (1979 Girls Basketball Finals) 
Laurel County vs. North Hardin (1982 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Mercy Academy vs, Marshall County (1982 Girls State 

Basketball Finals) 
Owensboro vs, Louisville Doss (1980 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Pulaski County vs. Marshall County (1981 Girls Basketball 

Finals) 
Time-Out for Basketball (1983) 

FOOTBALL 

Class A State Football Championship Games '78, 79, '80, 

■81. '82, '83 and '84 
Class AA State Football Championship Games '78, 79, '80, 

'81, '82, '83 and '84 
Class AAA State Football Championship Games '78. '79, 

'80, '81, '82, 83 and '84 
Class AAAA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82, '83 and '84 
Football Now - Contact by the Rules (i985) 
Football at Its Best (A Safer Game) (''.982) (1985) 
One Step Ahead: A Guide to Better Football Officiating 

(1980) 
Precision Football (1978) 

VOLLEYBALL 

Notre Dame vs. Our Lady of Providence (1982 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Angela Merici (1983 GirlsState Volleyball 

Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Sacred Heart (1984 Girls State Volleyball 

Final Match) 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of f/ie 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. L, NO. 6 



JANUARY, 1988 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

November 28, 1987 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn, Louisville, Kentucky on 
Saturday. November 28, 1987. The meeting vi/as called to 
order by President Frank Welch at 9:00 a.m. with the following 
Board members present: Tom Buchanan, Bill Case, Sam 
Chandler, Huston DeHaven, Tony Olinger, Grant Talbott and 
Ken Tippett. Also present were Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Asst, Commissioners Brigid 
L. DeVries and Louis Stout, and Sports Information Director 
Julian Tackett present. The invocation was given by Mr. 
Chandler. 

Grant Talbott moved, seconded by Tony Olinger, that the 
minutes of the meeting held on October 9-10, 1987, be 
approved as submitted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Sam Chandler made a motion that all bills of the Associ- 
ation for the period of October 1, 1987 through October 31, 
1987, be approved. Tom Buchanan seconded the motion 
which carried unanimously 

Commissioner Mills led a lengthy discussion regarding the 
continuing problems with Foreign Exchange Students as 
they relate to their participation in interscholastic athletics. It 
was suggested that the Commissioner get an opinion on the 
subject from the Board's legal counsel and report back to the 
Board 

Commissioner Mills then reported on the results of the 
Coaching Box survey which would waive By-Law 19, as 
follows: Yes votes - 228; No votes - 33. The Basketball 
classification interest survey which was sent to all Board 
Appointed Representatives resulted in the following votes: No 
votes - 137; Yes votes - 128. 

It was suggested that a proposal be submitted to the 
Delegate Assembly that would extend the Baseball season 
three days. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board that the court has 
approved the addition of two female Board of Control 
members. Tony Olinger made a motion, seconded by Sam 
Chandler that the Board accept the proposal as submitted 
and that the Commissioner initiate the election of two female 
representatives to the Board of Control. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Following a discussion regarding the assignment of teams 
by the K.H.S.A.A to specific motels for the State Tourna- 
ments/ Playoffs, Grant Talbott made a motion that any team 
who does not stay where rooms are assigned, in all sports, the 
school must pay their own expenses. Bill Case seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

The Board discussed the need for a study of expenses paid 
to member schools for state events. It was decided that the 
All-Sports Committee take a look at these issues and make a 
report at the January meeting. 

Mr. Tippett expressed a concern about some member 
schools not adhering to the rules regarding insurance 
coverage relative to cheerleaders. He requested that a memo 
be sent to all principals and cheerleader sponsors reminding 
them of the policies relating to the recommendations for 
cheerleaders. 

Commissioner Mills reminded Board members that pro- 
posals to be presented to the Delegate Assembly in April 
should be submitted by the January meeting. 

Mr. Chandler recommended that a letter of appreciation be 



sent to the Friends of Athletics thanking them for their 
continued support and promotion of the Football Playoffs. 

Commissioner Stout advised the Board members of the 
growth of Soccer and Cross Country. In the State Cross 
Country Meet there were 1,115 runners--a record number. 
The Soccer Committee will be meeting on December 1 1 and 
will consider a new tournament format which will include a 
semi-state competition in the near future. 

Julian Tackett presented a plan which has been developed 
to recognize All-Academic Teams in all sports sponsored by 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. A copy of the 
plan will be mailed to each Board member in the near future. 
Following a discussion of the initial plans. Grant Talbott made 
a motion, seconded by Tony Olinger, that Mr Tackett's 
recommendation be accepted and that the individual's 
cumulative GPA be used. The motion carried 

Mr. Wise reported that $254,297.00 in ticket sales had been 
received through this date for the Boys State Basketball 
Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls State 
Basketball Tournament had netted $13,998.00. 

A lengthy discussion then ensured with regard to the 
assignment of officials for the district and regional basketball 
tournaments. The Board requested that the Commissioner's 
Office survey each Board of Control member concerning the 
method to be used in assigning all basketball officials to 
District and Regional Basketball Tournament for the 1 987-88 
season. All surveys are to be returned no later than December 
14, 1987 and will be discussed at the January meeting. 

Exec. Asst. Wise distributed a new fee schedule for football 
and basketball officials. The new proposal was recom- 
mended due to the fact that the fees have not been raised in 
football in nearly ten years. Basketball officials received a 
small raise three years ago. During the ten-year time period, 
the cost of officiating equipment, registration fees, insurance 
and N.F.I.O.A. membership have all increased. Mr Wise was 
advised to present his recommendation to the member 
schools with instructions to contact their respective Board 
members if they have specific recommendations. The Board 
will act upon the recommendations during the January 
meeting. 

The next meeting of the Board will be held in Louisville at 
the Executive Inn during the Louisville Invitational Tourna- 
ment. The time for the appeals hearings will beat 1:00 p.m. on 
Friday, January 22, and the regular meeting will be held at 
9:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 23. 

Commissioner Mills presented a Proclamation to the Board 
congratulating former Board of Control member and newly 
elected Superintendent of Public Instruction John Brock. 
Tom Buchanan made a motion, seconded by Tony Olinger 
that the Board adopt the recommended Proclamation and 
that it become a part of these minutes. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

A PROCLAMATION 

Whereas, Dr. John Brock has labored tirelessly as Superin- 
tendent of the Rowan County schools, and; 

Whereas, Dr. Brock served diligently in his capacity as a 
representative to the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Board of Control, and. 

Whereas, the emphasis placed on continued academic 
reform and effort to improve Kentucky's nationwide 
standing in primary and secondary education during his 
campaign propelled Dr. Brock to an overwhelming victory 
in the recent General Election, and; 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1988 



JANUARY, 1988 VOL. L, NO. 6 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Frank Welch (1 984-1 988) Belfry, Vice-President - 
Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Directors - William 
Case (1987-1991) Paris, Sam Chandler (1986-1990) 
Shelbyville, Huston DeHaven (1987-1991) Hardinsburg, 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Tony Olinger (1984- 
1989) Lexington, Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Ovi^ensboro, Ken 
Tippett (1985-1989) Versailles, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, State Department of Education -Lloyd Redman, 
Louisville. 
Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



Whereas, Dr. Brock's contmued professional objective is the 
smooth flowf of education improvement in the Common- 
wealth of Kentucky, and; 

Whereas, Dr John Brock's emphasis on the combination of 
academics and participation during his professional 
career has served as a lesson for all professionals in the 
education field, and; 

Whereas, on January 4, Dr. Brock will become the Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction for the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky, 

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE KENTUCKY HIGH 
SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD OF CONTROL 
AND STAFF IN REGULAR SESSION OF THE BOARD OF 
CONTROL ON THIS 28TH DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1987, THAT 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of 
Control and Staff does hereby congratulate Dr. Brock on 
his election as Superintendent of Public Instruction, and; 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of 
Control and Staff does hereby pledge its support to Dr. 
Brock and his plans and programs for the continued 
improvement of Kentucky education, and. 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of 
Control and Staff does wish Dr. Brock, his transitional staff, 
and his permanent staff the best of luck as they begin their 
term of office. 

DONE UNDER HAND, THIS 28TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1 987. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board of the progress of 
Corporate Sponsorships, the Hall of Fanhe and the tentatives 
plans for a museum. Ken Tippett moved that the K.H.S.A.A. 
Staff continue with plans for of the Hall of Fame Museum. 

Ken Tippett made a motion to go into Executive Session to 
discuss personnel matters. Sam Chandler seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Ken Tippett moved, seconded by Sam Chandler, that the 
Board return to open session. The motion passed unan- 




imously. 

Ken Tippett stated that the Board discussed personnel 
matters in closed session without action. 

Ken Tippett moved, seconded by Sam Chandler, that the 
meeting be adjourned. The motion passed unanimously. 



K.H.S.A.A. 
Films and Tapes Available 



Films of several previous K.H.S.A.A stale championship 
events as well as films related to the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
sports are available through Ms. Annette Andrews at the 
University of Kentucky Film Library. Lexington, KY, 40506. 
Her phone is (606) 257-8456. A small fee ischarged for use 
in order to cover postage. These events were filmed and 
the related films purchased for the benefit and use of all 
Kentucky high school coaches and personnel to promote 
all of the K.H.S.A.A. sports. 

The following is the list currently available: 
BASEBALL 

Cincinnati Reds: Baseball Real Winners (1981) 
Cincinnati Reds: Pete Rose Big Hit (1985) 
The Hustle's Back (1984) 
Reds Baseball Building for '83 

BASKETBALL 

Basketball - The Right Way (1986) 

Bourbon Co. vs. Logan Co. (1984 Boys State Basketball 

Finals) 
Butler vs. Franklin County High (1980 Girls State 

Basketball Tournament) 
Lafayette vs. Christian County High (1 979 Boys Basketball 

Finals) 
Laurel County vs Lafayette (1979 Girls Basketball Finals) 
Laurel County vs North Hardin (1982 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Mercy Academy vs. Marshall County (1982 Girls State 

Basketball Finals) 
Owensboro vs. Louisville Doss (1980 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Pulaski County vs, Marshall County (1981 Girls Basketball 

Finals) 
Time-Out for Basketball (1983) 

FOOTBALL 

Class A State Football Championship Games '78. '79, '80. 

'81. '82, '83 and '84 
Class AA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, '80, 

'81, '82, '83 and '84 
Class AAA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82. '83 and '84 
Class AAAA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82. '83 and '84 
Football Now - Contact by the Rules (1985) 
Football at Its Best (A Safer Game) (-1982) (1985) 
One Step Ahead: A Guide to Better Football Officiating 

(1980) 
Precision Football (1978) 

VOLLEYBALL 

Notre Dame vs. Our Lady of Providence (1982 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs, Angela Merici (1983 GirlsState Volleyball 

Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Sacred Heart (1984 Girls State Volleyball 

Final Match) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1988 



PAGE THREE 




ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



1988 TRACK REALIGNMENT 

Class A (0-435) 
Region 1 Ballard Memorial, Carlisle County, Fulton 
City, Fulton County, Heath, Hickman 
County, Mayfleld, Murray, St. Mary. 

Region 2 Bremen, Crittenden County, Hancock 
County , Lyon County, Providence, Russell- 
vllle, South Hopkins, Todd County Central, 
West Hopkins. 

Region 3 Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Carroll County, 
Covington Latin, Dayton, Ludlovi/, Newport 
Central Catholic, Silver Grove, St. Henry, 
Walton-Verona. 

Region 4 Augusta, Bath County, Frankfort, Henry 
County, Millersburg Military Institute, 
Nicholas County, Ovi/en County, Paris. 

Region 5 Bardstovi^n, Bethlehem, Campbellsville, 
Caverna, Christian Academy, Cumberland 
County, Kentucky Country Day, Portland 
Christian, Spencer County, Washington 
County. 

Region 6 Berea, Central Kentucky Christian, Dan- 
ville, Garrard County, Harrodsburg, Ken- 
tucky School f/t Deaf, Lexington Catholic, 
Madison, Model, Sayre, Somerset, St. 
Camillus. 

Region 7 Allen Central, Cordia, Elliott County, 
Elkhorn City, Fairvievy/, Menifee County, 
Paintsville, Pikeville, Raceland, Virgie. 

Regions Dilce Combs, Evarts, Fleming-Neon, 
Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Oneida Baptist 
Institute, Williamsburg. 

Class AA (436-799) 

Region 1 Caldwell County, Calloway County, Fort 

Campbell, Lone Oak, McLean County, 

Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Trigg 

County, Union County, Wesbster County. 

Region 2 Allen County, Barren County, Butler 
County, Edmonson County, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, Logan 
County, Monroe County, Warren East. 

Region 3 Breckinridge County, Bullitt East, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, LaRue 
County, Owensboro Catholic, West 
Hardin. 

Region 4 Adair County, Casey County, Clay County, 
Corbin, Green County, Jackson County, 
McCreary Central, Russell County, Taylor 
County, Wayne County. 



Region 5 Covington Catholic, Grant County, Har- 
rison County, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Scott, Western Hills. 

Region 6 Anderson County, Boyle County, Estill 
County, Marion County. Mercer County. 

Region 7 Bourbon County, East Carter, Fleming 
County, Lawrence County, Lewis County, 
Mason County, Rowan County, Russell, 
West Carter. 

Region 8 Belfry, Betsy Layne, Breathitt County, 
Cawood, Knott County Central, Magoffin 
County, Middlesboro, Morgan County, 
Whitesburg. 

Class AAA (800-Up) 

Region 1 Apollo, Christian County, Daviess County, 
Graves County, Henderson County, Hop- 
kinsville, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
Marshall County, Owensboro. 

Region 2 Bowling Green, Bullitt Central, Grayson 
County, Meade County, Nelson County, 
North Bullitt, North Hardin, Ohio County, 
Warren Central. 

Region 3 Boone County, Campbell County, Conner, 
Dixie Heights, Holmes, Notre Dame, 
Simon Kenton. 

Region 4* Assumption, Atherton, Butler, Central, 
Fern Creek, DuPont Manual, Male, Moore, 
Shawnee, St. Xavler. 

Region 5* DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy 
Rosary, Iroquois, Mercy, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Southern, Valley, Western. 

Region 6* Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Oldham 
County, Presentation, Sacred Heart, 
Seneca, Shelby County, Trinity, Wag- 
gener. 

Region 7 Bryan Station, Franklin County, George 
Rogers Clark, Henry Clay, Jessamine 
County, Lafayette, Scott County, Tates 
Creek, Woodford County. 

Region 8 Bell County, Boyd County, Greenup 
County, Johnson Central, Knox Central, 
Laurel County, Lincoln County, Madison 
Central, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer, 
Pulaski County, Whitley County. 

The sectional alignment for the period is as follows -- For 
all classes. Regions 1 and 2 will form Section 1; Region Sand 
4 will form Section 2; Regions 5 and 6 will form Section 3; and 
Regions 7 and 8 will form Section 4. 

However, in Class AAA, (*) Regions 4, 5 and 6 will rotate 
sections during the four year alignment period. For 1988, 
Region 4 will be paired with Region 3 to form Section 2 and 
Regions 5 and 6 will form Section 3; for 1989. Region Swill be 
paired with Region 3 to form Section 2, and Regions 4 and 6 
will form Section 3; for 1990, Region 6 will be paired with 
Region 3 to form Section 2, and Regions 4 and 5 will form 
Section 3; and for 1 991 . Region 4 will be paired with Region 3 
to form Section 2 and Regions 5 and 6 will form Section 3. 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1988 



^m 



FOR YOUR INFORMATION 
SWIMMING MEETS 



o 



The events for the state Swimming Meets will be the 
same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and 
By-Laws. Swimming Regulations, on page 46. 

NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 
Freestyle for the regional meets. Boys - 6 minutes, 30 
seconds; Girls - 7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be March 4 & 5, 1 988. 
The site will be at Memorial Coliseum, University of 
Kentucl<y, Lexington, Ky. Mr. Tim Cahill will manage 
the meet. The girls and boys meets will be run together. 

The schools are divided in the following regions. 

LOUISVILLE REGION 
Manager: Jack Thompson 
Site: Lakeside and Cresent Hill 
Girls: Atherton, Ballard, Central, duPont Manual, 
Evangel, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, Ky. Country Day, Ky. 
School f/t Blind, Male, Oldham Co., Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Presentation, St. Francis, Sacred Heart, Shelby 
Co., Waggener. 

Boys: Atherton, Ballard, Central, DeSales, Eastern, 
Evangel, Ky. Country Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, 
Louisville Collegiate, Male, Oldham Co., Pleasure 
Ridge Park, St. Francis, St. Xavier, Shawnee, Shelby 
Co., Trinity, Waggener. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 
Manager: Joel Cyganiwicz 
Site: Elizabethtown 
Girls: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Daviess 
County, Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, 
Greenville, Henderson County, Hickman Co., Hopkins- 
ville, Mad.-N. Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Russellville, South 
Hopkins, Taylor Co. 
Boys: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Daviess 



Co., Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Green- 
ville, Henderson County, Hickman Co., Hopkinsville, 
Mad.-N. Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Russellville, South 
Hopkins, Taylor Co. 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Tim Cahlll 

Site: Model /Eastern Kentucky University 

Girls: Bourbon County, Boyd Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville, Fairvlew, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessa- 
mine County, June Buchanan, Ky. School f/t Deaf, 
Knott County Central, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, 
Laurel County, Model, Oneida Baptist, Paris, Paul 
Blazer, Russell, Sayre, Scott County, Tates Creek, 
Woodford County, Western Hills. 
Boys: Bourbon County, Boyd Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville, Fairvlew, Franklin County, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, June Buchanan, Ky. School f/t 
Deaf, Knott County Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, 
Lexington Catholic, M.M.I., Model, Oneida Baptist, 
Paris, Paul Blazer, Russell, Sayre, Scott County, Tates 
Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY REGION 
Manager: Dave Webb 
Site: Scott High School 
Girls: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County, 
Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic, Notre Dame. St. 
Henry, Scott, Simon-Kenton, Villa Madonna. 
Boys: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin. Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, New- 
port Central Catholic, Scott, Simon-Kenton. 



TIME SCHEDULE: 



STATE MEET TIME SCHEDULE 



Friday - March 4, 1988 

1:00 - 2:00 pm 
2:00 - 3:30 p.m 

3:30 - 5:30 p.m. 
5.30 - 7:00 p.m. 
7:00 p m. 
9,15 - 10:15 p.m. 

Note: Diving events v 
9:00 p.m. 

Saturday - March 5, 1988 

7 30 - 8:00 a.m. Scratch Meetmg 

WARMUPS 
7:00 - 8:00 a.m. Open Warmups 

8 00 ■ 8:45 am. (Northern and Louisville Regions) 

8:45 - 9:30 am (Western and Central Regions) 



Open Diving Warmups (2 lanes s«(imming warmup) 

Boys Diving Warmups (2 lanes swimming v\/armup) 

Open Swimming Warmups (2 outer lanes only) 

Boys Divmg Prelims and Finals 

Girls Diving Warmups (4 lanes warmup) 

Girls Diving Prelims and Finals 

Open Swimming Warmups (6 lanes) 

I be completed on Friday. A scratch box for swimming scratches will be available from 3:00 p.m. until 



9:45 a.m. 
4:30 - 5:30 p.m. 
5:30 - 6:00 p.m. 
6:00 p.m. 



Swimming Preliminaries 
Open Warmups 
Sprint and Pace Work 
Finals In all swimming events 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1988 PAGE FIVE 



1988 WRESTLING INFORMATION 



DISTRICT MANAGERS: 

Western Jefferson: Russ Kline, Pleasure Ridge Park High School, 5901 Greenwood Road, Louisville 40258. 
Northern Kentucky: Wayne Badida, Conner High School, Box 36, Hebron 41018. 

Western Kentucky: Roger Edmondson, Union County High School, Route 4, Box 61, Morganfield 42437. 
CentralJefferson: Larry Mann, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 1867 Frankfort Avenue, Box 6005, Louisville 
40206. 
Frankfort: Raymond Webb, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601. 
Tales Creek: William Green, Lexington Junior High School, 350 North Limestone Street, Lexington 
40508. 
East Jefferson: Jack Jacobs, Waggener High School, 330 South Hubbards Lane, Louisville 40207. 
Hardin County: Gary Thompson, Fort Knox High School, 7501 Missouri Street, Fort Knox 40121. 

REGIONAL MANAGERS: 

Tates Creek /Frankfort: Ray Webb, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601. 
Hardin County/ 
Western Kentucky: Jim Plosser, Hopkinsville High School, 430 Koffman, Hopkinsville 42240. 

West/Central 

Jefferson: Larry Mann, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 1867 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville 40206. 
East Jefferson/ 
Northern Kentucky: Wayne Badida, Conner High School, Box 36, Hebron 41018. 

STATE FINALS MANAGERS: 

Larry Mann, Manager, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 1867 Frankfort Ave., Box 6005, Louisville 40206. 
Jay Phillips, Assistant Manager, Atherton High School, 3000 Dundee Road, Louisville 40205 




TOURNAMENTS 

The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at Atherton High School, Louisville, on February 28, 1988. Larry 
Mann will manage the State Tournament. 
The district and regional tournaments will be held on February 6 and 13 and the state on February 19-20. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1988 



& 



1987 STATE SOCCER 
COMMITTEE MEETING 



Meeting Place: Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office, Lexington, 

Meeting Date: December 11, 1987. 

The meeting was called to order by Louis Stout, Chairman, 
at 10:00 a.m. Member in attendance were: Brother Charles 
Cully. Jeff Lendon, Bob Pugh, Rick Kazeeand Wayne Wright. 

Mr. Stout introduced Mr. Bill Wells, Principal of Murray High 
School. Mr. Wells indicated that he was attending the 
Committee Meeting only to voice some concerns that exist in 
the Western Kentucky area that involve the schools that are 
participating in soccer. His concerns were mainly about the 
soccer alignment the tournament sites, game times for 
tournaments and the type of facility that should be used for 
soccer events, especially during the tournaments. 

Wayne Wright, Athletic Director, Daviess County High 
School mentioned that a survey was sent to the schools that 
participated in soccer to request sites for the regional 
tournaments for 1987. He reported that only one school 
indicated that they would host the regional soccer tourna- 
ment. That school was University Heights. 

Mr. Wells also voiced his concern for the lack of repre- 
sentation on the Committee and suggested that Western 
Kentucky be represented. The Committee voted to select a 
representative from that area for the 1988 soccer season. 

The Committee recommended that the school officials 
receive information prior to the start of the soccer season 
pertaining to the regulation of issuing a red card. The 
Committee also recommended that the procedure we are 
now using for suspension remain as stated. Each school is to 
impress upon its coaches that any player receiving a red card 
must be reinstated prior to the next scheduled contest. Red 
card suspended players will not be permitted to play in the 
next scheduled contest and shall be reinstated by the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association. 



The State Soccer Clinics are scheduled for: 
August 16 - KHSAA Office - 7:00 p.m. - Lexington 
August 17 - Northern Kentucky University - 7:00 p.m. 

Covington 
August 18 - Durrett Education Center - 7:00 p.m. - 

Louisville 
August 19 - University Heights - 7:00 p.m. - Hopklnsvllle 
August 20 - Daviess County - 8:00 a.m. - Owensboro 

The Committee suggests that a state-wise officials' clinic 
be set up for the purpose of regulating and standardizing the 
rules throughout the State. A committee will work on the 
possible dates and details for the program. It will then be 
presented to the Board of Control for approval. 

The Soccer Committee recommends that we establish 24 
districts and 8 regions, (see attached sheet) with the winner 
and runner-up from each district advancing to the regionals. 
The first round of state play would be held at four (4) 
designated sites named by the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. The winner of region 1 would play the winner or 
region 2, region 3 vs. region 4, region 5 vs. region 6 and region 
7 vs. region 8. The four first round winners will advance tc the 
final four. The site will be designated by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association with the approval of the Board of 
Control. All expenses incurred from the four sites will be 
turned over to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. 

All expenses for the state tournament will be sent to the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association also. Schools 
participating in the state tournament will receive travel, meal 
and lodging expenses. 

The draw for the final four first round winner will be a blind 
draw and each participating school will be advised of the 
draw immediately following the first round games. The district 
tournament dates will be October 17-22. When there are 6 
teams, all pairings for the tournament shall be governed by 
the same procedure as outlined on Page 26, under Baseball 
Districts. The regional dates are October 24-29. (The regional 
drawing will be the same as the district draw where 
necessary). The 1 st round of the state play-offs will be held at 
four sites, beginning Tuesday night, November 1. All tourna- 
ment games shall be played at night under the lights. 

The finals will be held on Thursday and Saturday, 
November 3 and 5. 



(Mary Lou Retton Continued from Inside Front Cover) 

Retton's schedule remains hectic these days, especially with her involvement in several charities. She has done 
exemplary work for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the "Hands Across America" effort to fight world hunger. 
UNICEF, Child's Wish and the West Virginia Society for Flood Recovery Foundation. 

Because of her care for people, especially the youth of America and their health, Retton has become involved in 
the fight against alcohol and other drug use and abuse. She is a member of the TARGET Board of Directors and has 
been active in TARGET'S efforts to help sutdents cope with alcohol and other drugs. 

The National Federation's Bruce Howard recently interviewed fvlary Lou Retton about a wide variety of topics. 
Following IS that interview: 

Q. Last year, I believe, you made your announcement to retire from gymnastics and enroll at the University of Texas. 

Whey did you decide not to compete in the 1988 Olympics'' 
A. I had been competing in gymnastics 1 1 years by 1984 and had accomplished the goals I set for myself. While I 

was training I had to stop high school and finish high school by correspondence courses. I didn't learn a lot of the 

things I should have in high school, and education is very important to me. So, I wanted to go to college and 

complete my education. 
Q. What has your life been like since winning the gold medal in 1984 in Los Angeles? Did it change your life? 
A. Yes, it certainly did I'm recognized out in public now and I had to get accustomed to that. The 1 984 success kind 

of pushed me into this position, and I had to grow up real fast. But the past three years have been positive ones. 

I've enjoyed signing autographs, traveling all over the world and meeting people. All in all, it has been wonderful. 
Q. When did you start competing in gymnastics? 
A. I started competing in gymnastics when I was seven years old and was 16 when I won the gold medal in Los 

Angeles. It took 1 1 years of commitment to reach my goals. 

(Interview Continued in February Athlete) 



From The Commissioner's Office 



^@?lS®(t(3!i@?i 



DELEGATE ASSEMBLY DATE CHANGED 

The Board of Control has set the date for the 1988 Delegate Assembly as April 
22, 1988 at 11:00 a.m. The date was changed from the originally scheduled date 
of April 15 to accommodate delegates who will be involved with K.E.A. weekend. 

WRESTLING STATE TOURNAMENT CHANGED 

At its July meeting, the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control eliminated the sectional 
wrestling meets. By taking this action, the Board moved the state championship 
finals in wrestling to February 19 and 20, 1987. Please make a note of this 
change in your records, and on your memorandum calendar. 

COACHES WHO HAVE NOT ATTENDED AN APPROVED RULES CLINIC 

The following boys coaches have not attended an approved basketball rules 
interpretation clinic or make-up clinic and will not be able to coach in 
K.H.S.A.A. sponsored competition until attending an approved make-up clinic -- 

Christian Academy-Louisville (Mike Brown), Dorton (Gene Tackett), Fort 
Campbell (Micky Fisher), Highview Baptist (Larry Smith), Jackson City 
(Marcus Wall), Leslie County (Ronald Stidham), Lynn Camp (Clyde Dixon), 
Phelps (Dale Hunt), Silver Grove (Ed Cravens) 

The following girls coaches have not attended an approved basketball rules 
interpretation clinic or make-up clinic and will not be able to coach in 
K.H.S.A.A. sponsored competition until attending an approved make-up clinic -- 

Buckhorn (Peggy Moore), Christian Academy-Louisville, Danville (Angela 
Taylor), Elliott County (Terry Puckett), Evangel Christian , Frankfort 
(Albert Wall), Frederick Fraize, Henderson County (Jeff Haile), Highview 
Baptist (Sherri Davis), Holy Cross (Covington) (Bill Goller), Jackson City , 
Johns Creek (Eugene Lyons), Madison (Velmar Miller) , Magoffin County 
(Jackie Howard), Newport Central Catholic (Sandi Woeste), North Bullitt (Phil 
Berry), Red Bird, Walden (Michelle Palmer) 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 

With the implementation of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test). For the remainder of the 1987-88 school year, the 
schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadl ine 

02/27/88 01/29/88 02/16/88 

04/16/88 03/18/88 04/05/88 

06/11/88 05/13/88 05/31/88 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1988 is August 19. At its regular 
meeting in January, the Board of Control voted to set the playoff championships 
games for football as the second Friday and Saturday following Thanksgiving 
Day, thereby moving the starting and all subsequent playing dates of the 
football season back one week in accordance to the Limitation of Seasons. The 
Board then voted to waive the starting date limitation for three years allowing 
the schools to begin regular season play on the same dates as was previously 
published until the end of the classification period. Beginning in 1991, the 
first playing date will again be eleven weekends prior to the first round of 
the playoffs. This means that the football playing schools have twelve 
possible playing weeks for the next three seasons, but are still limited to 
eleven contests. 

The first legal date for practice in pads is August 1. Pads is defined as any 
football equipment, including but not limited to, the helmet, shoulder pads, 
hip pads, girdle pads, knee pads, thigh pads and padded uniform pants. Please 
remember to inform the Association office as to open dates and to contact this 
office when you fill an open date. At this time, we have the following open 
dates -- 

Week 1 (August 19) - Harrison County, contact Ray Graham (606)234-3253 
or 4382. Montgomery County, contact Chili Ishmael or Lowell King 
(606)498-4964. Oldham County, contact Tom Peterson (502)222-9461. 
Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

Week 2 (August 26) - Belfry, contact Philip Heywood (606)353-7239. 
Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155. Knott County 
Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. 

Week 3 (September 2) - Anderson County, contact Sam Harp 
(502)839-9494. Brentwood Academy, Brentwood, TN, contact Coach Carlton 
Flatt (615)373-0611. Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn 
(502)695-4155. Knott County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb 
(606)785-3166. M.C. Napier, contact Bill Dixon, (606)439-1519 (W) or 
(605)439-1519. 

Week 4 (September 9) - Anderson County, ' contact Sam Harp 
(502)839-9494. Harrodsburg, contact Alvis Johnson (606)734-5106. Knott 
County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. Lincoln County, 
contact Coach Larry Phillips. Montgomery County, contact Chili Ishmael 
or Lowell King (606)498-4964. 

Week 5 (September 16) - Belfry, contact Philip Heywood (606)353-7239. 
Harrison County, contact Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 4382. 

Week 6 (September 23) - Dixie Heights, contact Don Afterkirk. 
Harrodsburg, contact Alvis Johnson (606)734-5106. Lincoln County, 
contact Coach Larry Phillips. 

Week 7 (September 30) - Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn 
(502)595-4155. Harrison County, contact Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 
4382. Knott County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3165. 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (continued) 

Week 8 (October 7) - Oldham County, contact Tom Peterson 
(502)222-9461. Union County, contact Coach Charlie Bob Paris 
(502)389-1454. 

Week 9 (October 14) - Anderson County, contact Sam Harp (502)839-9494. 
Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 



Eminence, contact Steve Frommeyer 
Middletown (OH), contact Jim Place 
Week 12 (November 4th) - None Submitted 



Week 10 (October 21) 
(502)845-5427. 

Week 11 (October 28) 
(513)422-7432. 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR SPRING 1988 SPORTS 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored spring 
events, along with the first day of practice. 

Sport 



Track 

Softball 

Golf 

Tennis 

Baseball 

These dates are as printed on the 1987-88 Memorandum Calendar, with the 
exception of the state wrestling meet which was changed by a decision of the 
Board of Control at its July, 1987 meeting. 

FOOTBALL COACH OPENING 

Madisonville-North Hopkins High School is now accepting applications for the 
position of Head Football Coach. Qualifications include a Kentucky Teaching 
Certificate and at least five (5) years coaching experience. Prospective 
candidates should send resume' and letter of application to Joe Barlow, A.D., 
Madisonville-North Hopkins High School, Route 6, Madisonville, 42431. 



First 


First 


Num. 


State 


Practice 


Contest 


Games 


Finals 


Al 1 owed 


(Tentative) 






Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 1/2 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 2/4 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 4 



TENNIS COACH OPENING 

Louisville Collegiate High School seeks a varsity tennis coach for the 1988 
season. Send resume' to Douglas MacKelcan, Jr., Headmaster, Louisville 
Collegiate School, P.O. Box 4369, Louisville, KY 40204. 



BASKETBALL RATINGS DUE INTO ASSOCIATION OFFICE 

The basketball rating summaries have been mailed to each of the member schools 
for evaluating the officials in regular season contests since February 1, 
1987. They are due in to the Association office prior to February 1, 1988. 

APPROVED DATES FOR BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 1988-1992 



1988 - 


Boys 


- March 16 - 


19 




Girls 


- March 23 - 


26 


1989 - 


Boys 


- March 15 - 


18 




Girls 


- March 22 - 


25 


1990 - 


Girls 


- March 14 - 


17 




Boys 


- March 21 - 


24 


1991 - 


Boys 


- March 13 - 


16 




Girls 


- March 20 - 


23 


1992 - 


Boys 


- March 18 - 


21 




Girls 


- March 25 - 


28 



Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky 
Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 
Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 
Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 



SCHOOLS BEGIN PREPARING FOR REST OF YEAR POST SEASON COMPETITION 

One of the problems we face at the Association is getting pictures for the 
various K. M.S. A. A. championship programs. If your basketball team(s) or any 
other sponsored team does not have a black and white picture, at least 5" x 7", 
please arrange to have one taken in the next few weeks. This will make things 
go much smoother as tournament time nears. 



CORRECTIONS TO THE BASKETBALL ALIGNMENT 



A computer error caused a misprint in the listing of schools by district in the 
December 'Athlete'. Please use the following as the correct alignment for 
Region IX. 



D. 33 Boone County 

Conner 

Lloyd Memorial 

Simon Kenton 

St. Henry 

Walton Verona 
D. 34 Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Dixie Heights 

Holy Cross (Covington) 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna 
D, 35 Bellevue 

Dayton 

Holmes 

Newport 

Newport Central Catliolic 
D. 36 Bishop Brossart 

Campbell County 

Highlands 

Scott 

Silver Grove 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Erianger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Elsmere 41018 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Covington 41014 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Fort Thomas 41075 
Covington 41015 
Silver Grove 41085 



REGION IX 

William F. Baker 

Paul Hogan 

William Steiden 

Robert Abel! 

Ron Albrinck 

Bob Storer 

Gene Sell 

Paul Brinker 

George Gerl 

Jim Jenkins 

Bill Goller 

Tom Holloway 

Sister Mary Rita 

Sr. Nancy Kordenbrock 

William Dosch 

Tom Hood 

Dick Howard 

Fred Kelly 

Carl Foster 

Thomas Seither 

Raymond E. lies 

Dale Kirk 

Robert Konerman 

Tim Barrow 



Jay Mulcahy 
Bill Warfield 
David Otte 
Donnie McFarland 
Ron Dawn 
Steve Wright 
Keen Babbage 
Dan Tieman 
Gene Morrison 
Dean Fookes 
Pat Ryan 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
Reynolds Flynn 
Jack Patterson 
Mark Krebs 
Jeff VonHandorf 
Bob Jones 
Ken Shields 
Carl Wenderoth 
Ed Cravens 



Nell Hensley 
Tim Shields 
Carl Schwierjohan 
Gerry Scaring! 
Ray Kues 
Layna Cheesman 
Frank Seta 



Dave Sorrell 
Bill Goller 
Roger Lewis 
Nancy Berger 
Kim Gunning 
Gary Akers 
Mike Herald 
Dennis Soard 
Sharon Redmond 
Sandi Woeste 
Ray Hildebrand 
Tom Russell 
Don Dobson 
Linda Moore 
James Elam 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1988 PAGE SEVEN 

^..^^^ RULES AND REGULATIONS ^-— .^ 

^^jlj^v Governing the Football Championships >^jjj^v 

\j^^^Pf of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association \^^^V/ 

^^^^ (effective for the 1987 through the 1990 seasons) ^^^^ 

(Adopted by the Board of Control) 
I. Assignment of Schools to Districts, Regions and Classes 

A. CLASSES 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association shall sponsor post-season competition in football for boys, provided that 
fifteen (15) percent of the member schools declare intentions to participate in said competition. (Q-A 59) IVlember schools 
desiring to participate in K.H.S.A.A. sponsored post-season competition shall notify the Association office prior to 
September 1. The state shall be divided into four classes based on enrollment by the Commissioner, with the approval of 
the Board of Control. Class AAAA includes the schools with an enrollment of 926 or more students in grades 10-12, plus 
the football playing schools in Jefferson County; Class AAA includes the schools with enrollment of 615 to 925 students in 
grades 10-12; Class AA includes the schools with enrollment of 425 to 614 students in grades 10-12; Class A includes 
schools with less than 425 students in grades 10-12. For the 1987-88 school year, through the 1990-91 school year, the 
alignment in football is as follows — 
CLASS A (0-424) 
Region I 

District 1 - Ballard IVIemorial, Crittenden County, Fulton, Fulton County, Heath, Murray 

District 2 - Caverna, Russellville, Todd County Central, Trigg County 
Region II 

District 1 - Campbellsville, Frankfort, Garrard County, Harrodsburg, Henry County, Kentucky Country Day 

District 2 - Bath County, Berea, tviadison, Nicholas County, Paris 
Region III 

District 1 - Beechwood, Bellevue, Carroll County, Dayton, Ludlow, Owen County 

District 2 - Allen Central, Fairview, Hazard, Paintsville, Raceland, Wheelwright 
Region IV 

District 1 - Cumberland, Evarls, Harlan, Lynn Camp, Pineville, Williamsburg 

District 2 - Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Phelps, Pikeville, Virgie 
CLASS AA (425-614) 
Region I 

District 1 - Caldwell County, Fort Campbell, l\/layfield, Reidland, 

District 2 - Breckinridge County, Butler County, Edmonson County, Hancock County, Logan County, f^cLean County 
Region II 

District 1 - Allen County-Scottsville, Glasgow, Hart County, t\/letcalfe County, Monroe County, Taylor County 

District 2 - Bardstown, Bullitt East, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, LaRue County, West Hardin 
Region III 

District 1 - Anderson County, Bourbon County, Boyle County, Casey County, Danville, Mercer County, Washington County 

District 2 - Fleming County, Harrison County, Lewis County, Mason County, Newport Central Catholic, West Carter 
Region IV 

District 1 - Corbin, Middlesboro, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne County 

District 2 - Betsy Layne, Leslie County, M.C. Napier, Morgan County, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg 
CLASS AAA (615-925) 
Region I 

District 1 - Calloway County, Graves County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, Union County 

District 2 - Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Warren East 
Region II 

District 1 - Barren County, East Hardin, Grayson County, Marion County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt 

District 2 - Estill County, Franklin County, Jessamine County, Lincoln County, Scott County, Western Hills, Woodford 
County 
Region III 

District 1 - Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Scott, Simon Kenton 

District 2 - Bell County, Cawood, Knox Central, McCreary County, Rockcastle County, Whitley County 
Region IV 

District 1 - East Carter, Lawrence County, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Russell 

District 2 - Belfry, Breathitt County, Clay County, Johnson Central, Knott Central 
CUSS AAAA (926-UP) 
Region I 

District 1 - Apollo, Christian County, Daviess County, Henderson County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County 

District 2 - Bullitt Central, North Hardin, Oldham County, Shelby County, Warren Central 
Region II 

District 1 - Butler, Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, Valley, Western 

District 2 - Atherton, duPont Manual, Fern Creek, Male, St. Xavier, Seneca 
Region III 

District 1 - DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Moore, Southern 

District 2 - Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Trinity, Waggener 
Region IV 

District 1 - Bryan Station, George Rogers Clark, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Laurel County, Madison Central, Pulaski County, 
Tates Creek 

District 2 - Boone County, Boyd County, Campbell County, Greenup County, Holmes 

The following schools will be participating in football, but fill not be competing for the district championship— 
Adair County, Eminence, Green County, Greenville, Millersburg Military Institute, Sheldon Clark, South Hopkins, Webster 
County 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1988 



ANOREXIC, BULIMIC CONDITIONS BAD 



By LOIS KAHN— FEUER 

(The following article appeared in the Minnesota Bulletin.) 

The athlete today is expected to be a winner. He is 
expected to wrestle as well as the ancients. She Is expected 
to perform magic in floor exercises. In addition, we want them 
to be student leaders, to be role models for their peers and for 
younger students, and to be scholars. The athlete today 
should be "perfect". 

Who is saying this? We all are. As parents we somehow 
don't mind 6 a.m. swim practice when the team Is winning. As 
teachers we overlook tired eyes and late papers when the 
football team makes sectionals. As coaches we overlook 
muscle fatigue and short tempers when the gymnastics teams 
make regionals. We all look away. These athletes are winners 
after all, or are they? 

Increasingly the price for obsessive concerns over weight, 
appearance, leadership and scholarship is an athlete with an 
eating disorder. At epidemic proportions today, eating 
disorders were first described 300 years ago. Anorexia 
nervosa is a disease in which the victim restricts food to as 
low as 300-500 calories per day. This self-starvation deprives 
the body of essential calories required to maintain normal 
growth and development. Anorectics, those with this disease, 
often appear emaciated. Nonetheless, they see themselves as 
obese. This distorted body image fuels the continual weight 
loss. 

The effects we see of anorexia nervosa, besides continued 
weight loss, include hypotension, dehydration, lethargy, dry 
and flakey skin, electrolyte imbalance for women, loss of 
menstruation. 

Others react to these ideals of body image, target weight 
and perfection by binge eating. Binges are episodes of 
excessive eating interrupted by abdominal pain, social 
interruption, sleep or purging. Purging is the elimination of 
food and liquid by self-induced vomiting, laxative abuse, diet 
pill abuse and /or diuretic abuse. These are all characteristics 
of another eating disorder, bulimia. Bulimics, those with this 
disease, suffer many of the same physical symptoms of 
anorectics. Bulimics who purge also rob their bodies of the 
essential calories. Foods consumed during the binge are 
frequently high in sugar, starch and carbohydrates and low in 
over all nutrition 

Bilimics who purge using self-induced vomiting bring the 
stomach acid into the esophagus, over the salivary glands, 
tongue, teeth and lips. This acid bath abuses the esophagus, 
swells the salivary glands, erodes tooth enamel, promotes 
gum disease and can contribute to matibular joint disease 



Wrestlers who regularly fast, beocme obsessed with their 
weight and binge following a match are potentially beginning 
bulimic behaviors. Maintaining that targeted weight is 
essential to competition. Some programs encourage "spitting 
down" during the week as a method of weight control. Others 
encourage "cutting weight" to enable the student to compete 
at the lower weight division. Both methods recommend the 
wrestler eat heavily over the weekend following a match. 
These tricks to weight control are the same fasting, binging, 
and purging typically used by bulimics. 

Gymnasts who deny the mature bodies which are age 
appropriate often do so by fasting and/or purging. Mature 
breasts and hips may not be welcome companions on the 
balance beam or the uneven bars. Think, young bodies 
gliding across the mats are the ideal. Fasting and/or purging 
retard maturity, potentially lengthen a career and can 
encourage an eating disorder. 

Athletes must choose between healthy lifestyles and 
winning at all costs. This battle is fought in a society flaunting 
thin, young, "perfect" models in its movies, television and 
advertising. We are provided exaggerated male models so 
muscular and over developed they would be caricatures 
were we not jealous and busy shaping our own bodies. The 
female we admire is so thin as to be androgeous. These 
images heighten the potential for an eating disorder. 

Overcoming an eating disorder requires professional 
intervention to unravel the maze of inappropriate responses 
which we see in fasting, binging and purging. The eating 
disorder itself is an appropriate response to stress. For the 
athlete that societal stress can be compounded by demands 
of image, perfection and weight. The 5'2" gymnast weighing 
85 pounds may go to state. She may also be a serious 
anorectic. The 5'6" wrestler weighing 114 pounds may lead 
his team. He may also be a serious bulimic. 

Eating diorders can be fatal. These negative habit patterns 
learned in an effort to preserve an athletic career can grow to 
be life-threatening. Student athletes may be leaders, good 
scholars and positive role models. But they may find all these 
goals too overwhelmingly stressful. They may be winners 
who are anorectics and/or bulimics. They are not the 
champions we should be encouraging with our 7 am, car 
pools, excused or late papers, or fatigued and painfully thin 
players. Our athletes need to be accepted for who they are 
and not insensitively molded into who we wish they would 
become The successful acceptance of the individual can 
further the personal growth and self-esteem which nurture 
true and healthy champions. 



o 



1987-88 Certified 

and Approved 
Basketball Officials 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved as 
a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. Only 
officials receiving these higher ratings are eligible to work in 
the district and regional tournaments. Only Certified officials 
are eligible to work in the state tournament. 



CERTIFIED 

George Abner 
Jacob Asher 
Joe Asher 
Thomas Adkms 
John Paul Amis 



David Davis 
Ronnie Day 
W J. Donohue 
David Dunning 
Ken Edwards 



Carl Lovett 
Dexter McKinney 
Larry Mulberry 
William C. Park 
Lowell D. Parker 



Jerry Bailey 
Darrell Baker 
Richard Behymer 
Gary Boyarski 
Ford W, Branch 
Del Brantley 
Steve Brock 
Bnan Brumfield 
Jerry Bush 
David Carlton 
Michael W. Catron 
Roy Caudill 
Dean Chaney 
James M Clark 
Lewis Cook 
Kevin Cunningham 
Jerry Mack Dailey 

APPROVED . 

Paul Michael Adams 
Richard Berger 
Merle Boggs 



Ricky Etheridge 
Kerry Faulkner 
Jerry Fields 
Joe Wayne Floyd 
Donald Gilmore 
Thomas Godbey 
Wayne Gwaltney 
John A. Hale 
Terry Hiipp 
Steve Holt 
Tom Hutton 
Sherron Jackson 
James D, Jones 
Vickie Kapitan 
Jack Keeney 
Gary Kistner 
Bob Lane 



Steve Poppas 
Dale Ramsay 
J.B. Rees 
George Rollins 
Larry G. Scott 
Mary Sexton 
Douglas E. South 
Glenn Spalding 
Larry Thornsberry 
Ben Truitt 
Richard Washnook 
Ricky A. Whitaker 
Ronald Whiteside 
Phillip Wilson 
Larry K- Woods 
Larry Woolum 



Don Neal Grubbs Danny Moore 

Michael R. Hall Richard R. Morgan 

Larry Dale Hamlin Kieron M. Morkin 

(Approved Officials Continued on Page Eleven) 



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Official Nomination Form 



Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Hall of Fame 

The Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame is open to anyone who has played, officiated or 
administered high school athletics at any Kentucky high school, past or present, and to anyone who has been of service to 
Kentucky high school athletics. 

This nomination form may be duplicated and used to nominate an unlimited number of potential members. Any person may 
make a nomination. In particular, principals, superintendents, athletic directors and coaches are requested to make nominations. 

The deadline for returning this form is April 1 , 1988. Please return the form to — 

Earl Cox 

Dawahares - K.H.S.A.A. Hall of Fame 

c/o Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

P.O. Box 22280 

Lexington, KY 40522 



Nomination Form 

(please print or type all information) 



Name of person nominated: 
Address of person being nominated: 
(or surviving relative if deceased) 
City, State, Zip: 
Telephone of person being nominated: 



Briefly list accomplishments of nominee: 



List names of school(s) where nominee was involved: 



This nomination form is for the 1989 banquet which will be held on Tuesday, March 14, 1989 in Lexington. 

All nominations will be forwarded to the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to be appointed by the President of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Board of Control. 



The first induction ceremony for the Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame will be held March 15, 
1988 at the Executive West Hotel in Louisville. 

The first class of inductees are — Ralph Beard, Ralph Carlisle, L.J. "Butch" Charmoli, Blanton Collier, Morion Combs, Ralph 
Dorsey, Geri Grigsby, Cliff Hagan, Clem Haskins, Peck Hickman, Stephanie Hightower-Leftwich, Paul Hornung, Wallace "Wah" 
Jones, W.L. Kean, Roy Kidd, Frank "Dr." Litkenhous, Garnis Martin, Mary T. Meagher, Letcher Norton, Joe Ohr, Homer Rice, Ted 
Sanford, J.W. "Spider" Thurman, John Bill Trivette, S.T. Roach and Russ Williamson. 



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1987-88 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART II 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

RULE INTERPRETATION #11: in the last sentence the reference is to 
advancement points only 
RULE INTERPRETATION #12: This Interpretation should be deleted. 

SITUATION #1 7: Team A has no contestant for the 1 45-pound weight class in dual 
meet competition Wrestler B approaches the mat in the following circumstances: 
a) wearing the proper uniform with warm-up jacket, carrying his headgear; b) 
wearing street clothes: c) wearing a proper uniform with a full warm-up suit, f^ay 
he receive a forfeit under the above conditions? 

RULING: In both (a) and (c) Wrestler B is ready to compete as soon as he removes 
his warm-up jacket or warm-up suit Infb) he is not in proper uniform but would be 
allowed the opportunity to correct this situation if he can do so in the allotted two 
minutes time. He cannot receive a forfeit wearing street clothes. (5-3-5) 
SITUATION #18: In the second round of a tournament Wrestler A is rendered 
unconscious as the result of a slam by Wrestler B. Wrestler A feels that he is ready 
to wrestle after using up approximately one and one-halt minutes of recovery time, 
but there is no physician present What is the correct procedure to follow'^ 
RULING: Wrestler A cannot continue until he has been checked by a physician, 
therefore Wrestler A would be declared the winner of the contest by default. 
COMMENTS: Prior to Wrestler A competing again in the tournament it would be 
necessary that he be checked by a physician H they were competing m a multiple 
dual-type event the same ruling would be m effect In order to continue in 
whatever event was taking place Wrestler A must be given the approval to 
continue by a physician (8-2-4) 

SITUATION #19: In the finals of wrestling tournament the two contestants are both 
disqualified from the match because of a double stalling call. How would this effect 
the results of team scoring for the tournament? 

RULING: If an individual qualifies for the finals of a tournament he will receive the 
placement points for second place as long as he is not disqualified from the 
tournament. In this situation the two individuals are disqualified from the match but 
it is not a tournament disqualification, therefore, they would both receive second 
place points for the tournament If this happens m the first round of a tournament 
there would be no advancement. In dual meet competition if this same situation 
would occur there would be no points earned by either contestant. (9-2-2) 
SITUATION #20: During the third period with the score 9 to 6 with Wrestler A in the 
lead, a flurry of moves takes place Wrestler B gets a two-point takedown and a 
two-point near fall. Wrestler A reverses, and then at the buzzer, Wrestler B 
escapes. The match appears to end in a draw Wrester As coach questions the 
score- Both the referee and the assistant referee agree on what happened and the 
wrestlers begin the overtime period. Wrestler B defeats Wrestler A m the overtime 
Wrestler As coach again questions the scoring for the regulation match and 
points out that the scoresheet shows that Wrestler A had won during the regular 
match. Both officials, for the first time, review the scoresheet and conclude that the 
scoresheet had been marked incorrectly How would this effect the conlcusion of 
the match'' 

RULING: This would be considered as a correctable error because the offended 
contestant has not left the mat area, therefore Wrestler A would be declared the 
winner of the regular match and the overtime would be negated (6-6-3) 
SITUATION #21: A triangular meet is being conducted on one mat. In the 185- 
pound match between Teams A and B a three-point near fall is awarded near the 
end of the match to Team B This does not get recorded by either scorer. Wrestler A 
wins the match by a score of 1 8- 1 5 The end-of- match procedure takes place and 
both wrestlers leave the mat. The next match begins involving Teams A and C. The 
coach of Team B then remembers that his wrestler should have earned a tie 
because of the last three-point near fall. He calls this to the attention of the referee 
AHer consultation with the two scorers, the referee agrees that a near fall was 
awarded but not recorded, however, he denies correcting the scores since the 
wrestlers have left the mat. the next bout has started, and, m his mterpretation of 
the rules, there is no longer a correctable error The coach of Team B maintains 
that although the next match has started, it did not involve his team and the next 
match in his case has not started and the error could be corrected, 
RULING: The Wrestling Rule Book makes no reference to any kind of multiple dual 
event and has reference only to dual meets and tournament competition The 
above error is categorized as a correctable error simply because it is an error 
between the referee and the scorer Rule 6-6-3 makes reference to how a 
correctable error can be corrected If it is m a dual meet, it must be corrected prior 
to the start of a subsequent match, if it is in a tournament, it must be corrected pnor 
to the offended contestant leaving the mat In both the dual and tournament 
situations described, the intent of the rule is that the correction must be made prior 
to the next match starting In the triangular meet described, as soon as the next 
match starts between Teams A and C you would no longer be able to correct the 
error. Just because something falls under the correctable error category, does not 
mean it can be corrected at any time. (6-6-3) 

SITUATION #22: If a contestant is injured and this injury results in a nosebleed or 
some other type of bleeding, how long should the match be stopped to correct this 
situation*? 

RULING: There is no set amount of time set aside by rule as to how long a match 
should be delayed because of a bleeding problem. This is left up to the discretion 
of the referee and if he feels that it is causing a hardship on the other contestant 
and considers it as unnecessarily delaying the contest, he does have the option of 
defaulting the match. If the referee makes a decision to default the match, then that 
weight class would be concluded and you would then move on to the next match 



SITUATION #23: The following sequence of events takes place. As the horn 
sounds to end the third period, with the score A-7, B-3, the two wrestlers are on 
their feet with Wrestler A behind Wrestler B with his hands locked around Wrestler 
B's waist Wrestler A then picks Wrestler B up. brings him back over his head and 
slams him to the mat with unnecessary force. What is the correct call for the 
referee to make? 

RULING: This action clearly occurs after the horn sounds and the referee would 
call either unsportsmanlike conduct or flagrant misconduct. This is a judgement 
call by the referee If the referee rules flagrant misconduct there would be no 
winner of the match and Wrestler A would be removed from the premises, 
eliminated from further competition and 1 team point deducted If the referee rules 
unsportsmanlike conduct Wrestler A would be the winner of the match and there 
would be 1 team point deducted from Team A 

SITUATION #24: In a tournament match the score is tied at the conclusion of the 
third period Durmg the interval between the regular match and the overtime 
match, one of the wrestlers commits an unsportsmanlike act Would this be 
considered a match point or a team poinf^ 

RULING: If an unsportsmanlike act is committed between the regular match and 
the overtime match, it would be considered as a team point and would only effect 
the results of the overtime match if the criteria was used Unsportsmanlike conduct 
by a wrestler prior to or after the conclusion of wrestling is a team point. If the 
unsportsmanlike conduct call occurs during the match, it is a match point. (5-4-1 , 
8-1-2 & 3, 10-4-4) 

SITUATION #25: Wrestler A is attempting an escape when Wrestler B locks his 
hands around the waist of Wrestler A and pulls him back Wrestler A works to his 
feet to escape and Wrestler B also stands keeping his hands locked around the 
waist for several seconds as Wrestler A attempts to break the lock Wrestler A 
drops to the mat in an attempt to escape or reverse but is stopped by Wrestler B 
who still has his hands locked beyond reaction time. It is obvious the escape or 
reversal cannot be made and the referee stops the match. What is the correct 
penalty to assess "^ 

RULING: In this situation we have two different circumstances where the hands of 
the wrestler are locked during an escape attempt The first occurs on the first 
sit-out by Wrestler A, and, when he comes to his feet, we no longer have locked 
hands The second locked hands occurs when Wrestler A returns to the mat in 
another attempt to escape from Wrestler B, who did not unlock his hands upon the 
return to the mat In this situation we have two separate penalties. (7-3-4) 
SITUATION #26: Would the following situation be considered as locked hands: If 
you are on the left side of your opponent and you place your left hand under him. 
grasping his right forearm, and then take your right hand, put it over your opponent 
in under his arm and grasp your own wrisf 

RULING: Anytime you have your arms around your opponent and lock on your 
own hands or arm it is a technical violation. This would be very similar to the chest 
cradle or West Point ride (7-3-4) 

SITUATION #27: During competition Wrestler A1 indicates to the referee that he 
has lost his contact lens and requests the match be stopped. During this period of 
time IS the coach of B1 allowed to give his wrestler instructions'? 
RULING: Searching for a contact lens is counted as injury time, therefore, the 
contestant shall not receive any coaching during this injury timeout. 
COMMENTS: Anytime injury time is used a contestant cannot receive instructions- 
This would not be the case if you were using recovery time or if it was time-out for 
bleeding 

(Approved Officials Continued from Page Eight) 

APPROVED 



Clayton L. Brooks 
Hiram T Brown, III 
Art Cain 

Sherry Lynn Cash 
David Clark 
Charles L. Childers 
Steve Clark 
Noble Cobb 
Kennie Comer 
Donnie Cowan 
Cecil Craig 
Danny J Dailey 
David G. Damron 
C. E Davis 
Richard E, Doughty 
Bruce Eddleman, Jr, 
Larry Elliott 
Don Ethington 
Mike Fitzpatrick 
Barry Follett 
David Fuson 
Kenneth Gant 
Adrian Goodman 
Bobby Grigsby 



Danny Hardin 

James A, Harris 

Kirk Hudson 

Jerry M. Hurley 

Willie Ingram 

J Dale Jarrell 

Tom Jenkins 

Tim Johnson 

Wendall R, Johnson 

William ivl. Keller 

Gary Kinney 

Charles Klumb. Jr 

Nicholas Korger 

Trent Loveft 

Larry McCallum 

Gregory McDowell 

Darryl McGaha 

Kavin McGrath 

Edwin McKee 

Larry Martin 

Steven T Martin 

James G. Maupin 

John W, Miller 

Michael Ray Montgomery 



Mike Moss 
Patrick J, O'Reilly 
Russell Palmer 
Bill Patterson 
Joseph G Powers 
Carlie M Profitt 
James L, Ray 
Mitchell D Richards 
William A. Robinette 
Angela Ann Roe 
Mark T Ruddell 
Michael Ryan 
James Shepherd 
Jerry W Smith 
Mark R Sparks 
Tom Sparks 
Alton Spaulding 
Mike Stewart 
Glen Stikeleather 
Mike Turner 
Ray Wilhite 
Roland Williams 
Gary L Wise 



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1987-88 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART II 




SITUATION #20: Team A has a throw-in to resume play following the 1st quarter 

intermission Team A does not respond and the official properly counts a 5- 

second violation Thereafter. Team B inbounds the ball and scores a goal with 

Team A still at their bench. Following B's goal the official immediately charges 

Team A with a technical loul tor delay as they are stiti at their bench. 

RULING: Proper procedure Once Team A had violated in this situation and was 

again responsible for putting the ball into play, a technical is charged if they are not 

ready immediately This is an example of when a technical foul is charged even 

though only one team has violated. 

SITUATION #21: A1 ts pivoting while holding the ball and accidentally touches 

one knee to the floor 

RULING: A1 has traveled (4-29 Ques. 1) 

SITUATION #22: A 1 is dribbling when he or she: (a) drops to a position with a knee 

on the floor and then ends the dribble, or (b) drops one knee to the floor and then 

stands again while continuing the dribble. 

RULING: The action in both (a} and (b) is legal 

SITUATION #23: A1 loses his or her balance while holding the ball. A1 then places 

a hand on the floor to regain it. Has Al traveled'' 

RULING: No. The basic interpretation is that the player holding the ball must touch 

the floor with some part of the body other than hand or foot to cause a traveling 

violation 

SITUATION #24: The rosters for both teams have been submitted properly and 

starters have been designated as required prior to the game The referee is about 

to loss the ball to start play (a) Before the referee enters the center )ump circle, or 

(b) after the referee enters the circle and is preparing to toss (he bail, umpire is 

notified by the scorer that A6 rather than A5, who was designated, is on the floor. 

RULING: A technical loul is charged to Team A in both (a) and (b) If the infraction is 

not discovered until after the ball becomes alive, then A6has become a player and 

no penalty can be assessed (iO-l-5b) 

SITUATION #25: Free thrower Al is handed the ball by the administering official 

Al then places the bail on the floor, (a) behind, or (b( in front ot the free throw line 

and pulls up his or her socks Al then picks the ball up and makes the attempt 

withm the allowable time limit 

RULING: There has been no violation in (a) or (b). Placing the ball on the floor is no 

different than bouncing the ball on either side of the line — which is also permitted. 

(10-1-3. 7) 

SITUATION #26: The alternating possession arrow is pointing towards Team B's 

basket when a held ball is called The officials award the ball to Team A and they 

promptly score a 3-point goal Team B puts the ball in play, but the scorer alerts the 

officials thai the coach of Team B has requested a time-out to discuss an 

alternating possession mistake Following a brief discussion the goal is cancelled, 

the elapsed time involved IS put back on the clock and Team Bis given the ball for a 

throw-in where they should have had it originally Was the situation administered 

correctly'' 

RULING; No, it certainly wasn't Once the ball became alive on the throw-in by 

Team A. even though a mistake was made, it was too late to do anything about it 

except make sure B gets the next alternation possession throw-m The goal 

should not have been cancelled and the clock should not have been adjusted In 

addition, since the mistake was not correctable, the time-out remains charged to 

Team B (2-10. 5-8-4. 5. 5-9 Exp 4) 

SITUATION #27: Al is being guarded by Bi near the top of the free throw 

semicircle Al starts to drive for the basket and BI moves quickly to maintain good 

position A2 has set a legal screen behind BI . BI does not see the screener and the 

Subsequent contact displaces Al 

RULING: The contact by BI is not a foul unless BI initiates a new charge after the 

original contact occurs The screened player is to make an effort to minimize the 

contact once he or she is aware of the screener The original contact is considered 

to be incidental (Comments on the Rules) 

SITUATION #28: Al s 3-point try is on the ring when BI grasps the nng 

RULING: When BI touched the ring it was basket interference resulting in 3 points 

for Al In addition, grasping the nng is a technical loul which gives Team A 2 free 

throws plus the ball for a division line throw-in (9-12 Pen 1,10-3-6) 

SITUATION #29: The final signal has |usi sounded to end the halftime intermission 

when A6 reports to enter The scorer advises A6 that it is too late to enter without 

being charged with a technical foul Team A requests and is granted a time-out 

during which A6 reports and enters 

RULING: Legal procedure It may be argued that Team A has used a time-out to 

avoid a technical foul, but the interst of Team B has been protected and this is the 

purpose of the requirement (3-3-1, 10-2 Note 2) 

SITUATION #30: Al is fouled during an unsuccessful try Before the administenng 

official hands Al the ball for (a) the first attempt, or (b) the second attempt, the 

scorer signals and advises the official that Al is not listed in the scorebook 



RULING: In both (a) and (b) Al must remain m the game to attempt the free throw(s). 

Al 's name and number must be entered in the scorebook and a technical foul is 

charged to Team A. Following A1'sthrow(s)any member of Team B may shoot the 

technical foul free throws and Team B is then awarded the ball for a division line 

throw-m This situation is a false double foul (10-1 -5c) 

SITUATION #31 : Al was in the game when the first half ended After a minute of 

play in the 3rd quarter, it is discovered that Al changed his or her shirt number 

during the intermission without reporting the change to the scorer and an official. 

RULING: Al is charged with a flagrant technical foul and is immediately 

disqualified (10-3-1) 

SITUATION #32: Following a time-out both teams remain at their benches and the 

administering official has properly charged a throw-m violation to Team A and 

then to Team B. What is the procedure at this point after both teams have violated? 

RULING: The procedure which has been adopted to prevent delays dictates that 

once both teams have violated any further delay by either team is a technical foul. 

In this situation. Team A must now have a player available for the throw-m with 

teammates on the court and Team B must be on court ready to play also If either 

team or both teams are not in compliance immediately, a technical foul shall be 

charged The violations were actually the team "warning" prior to assessing a 

technical foul for any further delay If both teams are charged with a technical foul. 

two free throws would be attempted on both ends and an alternating possession 

throw-in would follow 

SITUATION #33: While the dock is running and the game is in progress, substitute 

A6 rises from the bench and proceeds to the locker room. Is this an infraction that 

should be penalized with a technical fouf 

RULING: No The purpose and intent of the rule is to keep substitutes from 

standing while watching game action The restriction does not prevent them from 

changing positions on the bench, going through the substitution procedures, or 

from going to the locker room for equipment repairs, etc (10-4-1g) 

SITUATION #34: (a) To start the game: or (b) to start the 2nd half, one team remains 

in its huddle at the sidelines even though all signals have been sounded by the 

timer and the referee 

RULING: In (a) a technical foul is charged to the team which is delaying In (b) the 

procedure for resuming play after a time-out or intermission is put into effect ln(b) 

unless there is a legitimate reason why a team is unable to resume play as 

scheduled, the procedure is used In rare instances, a delay of less than a minute is 

permitted without penalty in both (a) and (b). (10-1-3a) 

SITUATION #35: Al is dribbling in frontcourt when the ball bounces away. The 

ball, (a) IS rolling toward the sideline, or (b) rolls into A's backcourt In both (a) and 

(b)A1 requests a time-out. 

RULING: The time-out should be granted in both (a) and (b). The two situations are 

examples of Team A using a time-out to prevent a violation of B gaining control. 

SITUATION #36: If Al s dribble in A's frontcourt is "interrupted,"' is it a violation if 

he or she touches the (a) sideline, or (b) division line, in attempting to continue the 

dnbble'' 

RULING: Yes m (a), but no in (b) (9-2 Ques ) 

SITUATION #37: Al jumps from behind the 3-point line and while in the air (a) 

catches a pass and releases the ball on a try, or (b) secures a rebound and 

releases the ball on a try In both situations, Al returns to the floor in the 2-point 

area and the ball goes through the basket 

RULING: In both (a) and (b), Al 's location is determined by where he or she last had 

contact with the floor In both cases the location is behind the 3-poin1 line, thus 

resulting in 3 points for the successful try. The plane of the line, whether Al had 

control in the 3-point area, and whether or not the try started behind the 3-point 

Imeare not factors m this ruling (4-23, 5-2-1) 

SITUATION #38: If the procedure for resuming play is used for an alternating 

possession throw-m. what happens if Team A does not throw the ball in within 5 

seconds 

RULING: The violation means it is B's ball for a throw-in. In addition, the arrow is 

immediately pointed toward B's basket and B will have the next opportunity to 

make an alternating possession throw-m (6-3-5, 9-3-3) 

SITUATION #39: Al dribbles into As frontcourt and four teammates then form a 

circle around him or her so defensive players are unable lo get to the ball. Al 

hands the ball to A2 who holds it for 4 seconds and then hands it to A3, etc During 

this action Bl and B2 are trying to get the ball but are unable to as the A players 

have their backs turned to them 

RULING: A violation will be called in 5 seconds. The action described is similar to 

using a boundary or screening teammates lo prevent the opponents from getting 

to the ball (9-11-2) 



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1987-88 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART II 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

RULE INTERPRETATION #11: in the last sentence the reference is to 
advancement points only. 
RULE INTERPRETATION #12; This interpretation should be deleted, 

SITUATION #17: Team A has no contestant for the 1 45-pound weight class in dual 
meet competition. Wrestler B approaches the mat m the following circumstances: 
a) wearing the proper uniform with warm-up lacket, carrying his headgear: b) 
wearing street clothes, c) wearing a proper uniform with a full warm-up suit- fwlay 
he receive a forfeit under the above conditions'' 

RULING: In both (a) and (c) Wrestler Bis ready to compete as soon as he removes 
his warm-up jacket or warm-up suit. In (b) he is not in proper uniform but would be 
allowed the opportunity to correct this situation if he can do so in the allotted two 
minutes time. He cannot receive a forfeit wearing street clothes (5-3-5) 
SITUATION #18: In the second round of a tournament Wrestler A is rendered 
unconscious as the result of a slam by Wrestler 8. Wrestler A feels that he is ready 
to wrestle after using up approximately one and one-half minutes of recovery time, 
but there is no physician present. What is the correct procedure to follow'' 
RULING: Wrestler A cannot continue until he has been checked by a physician, 
therefore Wrestler A would be declared the winner of the contest by default. 
COMMENTS: Prior to Wrestler A competing again in the tournament it would be 
necessary that he be checked by a physician If they were competing in a multiple 
dual-type event the same ruling would be in effect. In order to continue in 
whatever event was taking place Wrestler A must be given the approval to 
contmue by a physician (8-2-4) 

SITUATION #19: In the finals of wrestling tournament the two contestants are both 
disqualified from the match because of a double stalling call How would this effect 
the results of team scoring for the tournament? 

RULING: If an individual qualifies for the finals of a tournament he will receive the 
placement points for second place as long as he is not disqualified from the 
tournament In this situation the two individuals are disqualified from the match but 
it is not a tournament disqualification, therefore, they would both receive second 
place points for the tournament If this happens in the first round of a tournament 
there would be no advancement. In dual meet competition if this same situation 
would occur there would be no points earned by either contestant (9-2-2) 
SITUATION #20: During the third period with the score 9 to 6 with Wrestler A m the 
lead, a flurry of moves takes place Wrestler B gets a two-point takedown and a 
two-point near fall Wrestler A reverses, and then at the buzzer. Wrestler B 
escapes The match appears to end in a draw Wrester As coach questions the 
score. Both the referee and the assistant referee agree on what happened and the 
wrestlers begin the overtime period Wrestler B defeats Wrestler A in the overtime 
Wrestler As coach again questions the scoring for the regulation match and 
points out that the scoresheet shows that Wrestler A had won during the regular 
match Both officials, for the first time, review the scoresheet and conclude that the 
scoresheet had been marked incorrectly. How would this effect the conlcusion of 
the match? 

RULING: This would be considered as a correctable error because the offended 
contestant has not left the mat area; therefore Wrestler A would be declared the 
winner of the regular match and the overtime would be negated (6-6-3) 
SITUATION #21: A triangular meet is being conducted on one mat In the 185- 
pound match between Teams A and B a three-point near fall is awarded near the 
end of the match to Team B, This does not get recorded by either scorer Wrestler A 
wins the match by a score of 18-15, The endof-match procedure takes place and 
both wrestlers leave the mat. The next match begins involving Teams A and C The 
coach of Team B then remembers that his wrestler should have earned a tie 
because of the last three-point near fall He calls this to the attention of the referee. 
After consultation with the two scorers, the referee agrees that a near fall was 
awarded but not recorded, however, he denies correcting the scores since the 
wrestlers have left the mat, the next bout has started, and, m his interpretation of 
the rules, there is no longer a correctable error The coach ot Team B maintains 
that although the next match has started, it did not involve his team and the next 
match in his case has not started and the error could be corrected 
RULING: The Wrestling Rule Book makes no reference to any kind of multiple dual 
event and has reference only to dual meets and tournament competition The 
above error is categorized as a correctable error simply because it is an error 
between the referee and the scorer Rule 6-6-3 makes reference to how a 
correctable error can be corrected If it is m a dual meet, it must be corrected prior 
tothestartof a subsequent match, if It IS in a tournament, it must be corrected prior 
to the offended contestant leaving the mat In both the dual and tournament 
situations described, the intent of the rule is that the correction must be made prior 
to the next match starting. In the triangular meet described, as soon as the next 
match starts between Teams A and C you would no longer be able to correct the 
error Just because something falls under the correctable error category, does not 
mean it can be corrected at any time (6-6-3) 

SITUATION #22: If a contestant is injured and this injury results m a nosebleed or 
some other type of bleeding, how long should the match be stopped to correct this 
situation? 

RULING: There is no set amount of time set aside by rule as to how long a match 
should be delayed because of a bleeding problem This is left up to the discretion 
of the referee and if he feels that it is causing a hardship on the other contestant 
and considers it as unnecessarily delaying the contest, he does have the option of 
defaulting the match. If the referee makes a decision to default the match, then that 
weight class would be concluded and you would then move on to the next match 



SITUATION #23: The following sequence of events takes place As the horn 
sounds to end the third period, with the score A-7, B-3. the two wrestlers are on 
their feet with Wrestler A behind Wrestler B with his hands locked around Wrestler 
B's waist. Wrestler A then picks Wrestler B up, brings him back over his head and 
slams him to the mat with unnecessary force What is the correct call for the 
referee to make'' 

RULING: This action clearly occurs after the horn sounds and the referee would 
call either unsportsmanlike conduct or flagrant misconduct. This is a judgement 
call by the referee If the referee rules flagrant misconduct there would be no 
winner of the match and Wrestler A would be removed from the premises, 
eliminated from further competition and 1 team point deducted. If the referee rules 
unsportsmanlike conduct Wrestler A would be the winner of the match and there 
would be 1 team point deducted from Team A 

SITUATION #24: In a tournament match the score is tied at the conclusion of the 
third period During the mterval between the regular match and the overtime 
match, one of the wrestlers commits an unsportsmanlike act. Would this be 
considered a match point or a team pomf 

RULING: If an unsportsmanlike act is committed between the regular match and 
the overtime match, it would be considered as a team point and would only effect 
the results of the overtime match if the criteria was used Unsportsmanlike conduct 
by a wrestler prior to or after the conclusion of wrestling is a team point. If the 
unsportsmanlike conduct call occurs during the match, it is a match point, (5-4-1. 
8-1-2 &3, 10-4-4) 

SITUATION #25; Wrestler A is attempting an escape when Wrestler B locks his 
hands around the waist of Wrestler A and pulls him back Wrestler A works to his 
feet to escape and Wrestler 8 also stands keeping his hands locked around the 
waist for several seconds as Wrestler A attempts to break the lock Wrestler A 
drops to the mat in an attempt to escape or reverse but is stopped by Wrestler B 
who still has his hands locked beyond reaction time. It is obvious the escape or 
reversal cannot be made and the referee stops the match. What is the correct 
penalty to assess"? 

RULING: In this situation we have two different circumstances where the hands of 
the wrestler are locked during an escape attempt. The first occurs on the first 
sit-out by Wrestler A, and, when he comes to his feet, we no longer have locked 
hands The second locked hands occurs when Wrestler A returns to the mat in 
another attempt to escape from Wrestler B. who did not unlock his hands upon the 
return to the mat. In this situation we have two separate penalties. (7-3-4) 
SITUATION #26: Would the following situation be considered as locked hands If 
you are on the left side of your opponent and you place your left hand under him, 
grasping his right forearm, and then take your right hand, put it over your opponent 
in under his arm and grasp your own wrisf 

RULING; Anytime you have your arms around your opponent and lock on your 
own hands or arm it is a technical violation. This would be very similar to the chest 
cradle or West Point nde (7-3-4) 

SITUATION #27; During competition Wrestler A1 indicates to the referee that he 
has lost his contact lens and requests the match be stopped During this period of 
time is the coach of B1 allowed to give his wrestler instructions? 
RULING: Searching for a contact lens is counted as injury time, therefore, the 
contestant shall not receive any coaching during this injury timeout 
COMMENTS: Anytime injury time is used a contestant cannot receive instructions. 
This would not be the case if you were using recovery time or if it was time-out for 
bleeding 

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1987-88 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART II 




SITUATION#20:Team A has a throw-in to resume play following the 1st quarter 

inlermission Team A does not respond and the oHicial properly counts a 5- 

second violation Thereafter, Team B mbounds the ball and scores a goal with 

Team A still ai their bench Following B's goal the official immediately charges 

Team A with a technical foul for delay as they are still at their bench 

RULING: Proper procedure Once Team A had violated in this situation and was 

again responsiblefor putting the ball into play, a technical is charged if they are not 

ready immediately This is an example of when a technical foul is charged even 

though only one team has violated. 

SITUATION #21: Al is pivoting while holding the ball and accidentally touches 

one knee to the door 

RULING: Al has traveled (4-29 Ques 1) 

SITUATION #22: Al is dribbling when he or she: (a) drops to a position with a knee 

on the floor and then ends the dribble; or (b) drops one knee to the floor and then 

stands again while continuing the dribble 

RULING: The action in both (a) and (b) is legal 

SITUATION #23: Al loses hisor her balance while holding the ball Al then places 

a hand on the floor to regain it. Has Al traveled'' 

RULING: No The basic interpretation is that the player holding the ball must touch 

the floor with some part of the body other than hand or foot to cause a traveling 

violation. 

SITUATION #24: The rosters for both teams have been submitted properly and 

starters have been designated as required prior to the game The referee is about 

to toss the ball to start play (a) Before the referee enters the center |ump circle, or 

(b) after the releree enters the circle and is preparing to toss the ball, umpire is 

notified by the scorer that A6 rather than A5, who was designated, is on the floor. 

RULING: A technical foul is charged to Team A m both (a) and (b) If the infraction is 

not discovered until after the ball becomes alive, then A6 has become a player and 

no penalty can be assessed (10-1 -5b) 

SITUATION #25: Free thrower Al is handed the ball by the administering official. 

Al then places the ball on the floor, (a) behind, or (b) m front of the free throw line 

and pulls up his or her socks Al then picks the ball up and makes the attempt 

within the allowable time limit. 

RULING: There has been no violation in (a) or (b). Placing the ball on the floor is no 

different than bouncing the ball on either side of the line — which is also permitted 

(10-1-3, 7) 

SITUATION #26: The alternating possession arrow is pointing towards Team B's 

basket when a held ball is called The officials award the ball to Team A and they 

promptly score a 3- point goal Team B puts the ball in play, but the scorer alerts the 

officials that the coach of Team B has requested a time-out to discuss an 

alternating possession mistake Following a brief discussion the goal is cancelled, 

the elapsed time involved is put back on the clock and Team Bis given the ball for a 

throw-m where they should have had it originally. Was the situation administered 

correctly^ 

RULING: No, it certainly wasn't. Once the ball became alive on the throw-in by 

Team A, even though a mistake was made, it was loo late to do anything about it 

except make sure B gets the next alternation possession ihrow-m The goal 

should not have been cancelled and the clock should not have been adjusted In 

addition, since the mistake was not correctable, the time-out remains charged to 

Team B (2-10 5-8-4, 5. 5-9 Exp 4| 

SITUATION #27; Al is being guarded by Bl near the top of the free throw 

semicircle Al starts to drive for the basket and Bl moves quickly to maintain good 

position A2 has set a legal screen behind Bl Bl does not see the screener and the 

subsequent contact displaces Al 

RULING: The contact by Bl is not a foul unless Bl initiates a new charge after the 

original contact occurs The screened player is to make an effort to minimize the 

contact once he or she is aware of the screener The original contact is considered 

to be incidental (Comments on the Rules) 

SITUATION #28: Al s 3-poini try is on the ring when Bl grasps the ring 

RULING: When Bl touched the ring tt was basket interference resulting in 3 points 

lor Al In addition, grasping the ring is a technical foul which gives Team A 2 tree 

throws plus the balltor a division line throw-in (9-12 Pen 1,10-3-6) 

SITUATION #29: The final signal has just sounded to end the halffime intermission 

when A6 reports to enter The scorer advises A6 that it is too late to enter without 

being charged with a technical foul Team A requests and is granted a time-out 

during which A6 reports and enters 

RULING: Legal procedure It may be argued that Team A has used a time-out to 

avoid a technical foul, but the mterst of Team B has been protected and this is the 

purpose of the requirement (3-3-1. 10-2 Note 2) 

SITUATION #30: Al is fouled during an unsuccessful try. Before the administering 

official hands Al the ball for (a) the first attempt, or (b) the second attempt, the 

scorer signals and advises the official that Al is not listed in the scorebook 



RULING: In both (a) and (b) A 1 must remain in the game to attempt the free throw(s). 

Al 's name and number must be entered in the scorebook and a technical foul is 

charged to Team A Following Al'sthrow(s)any member of Team B may shoot the 

technical foul free Ihrows and Team B is then awarded the ball lor a division line 

throw-in This situation is a false double foul |10-l-5c) 

SITUATION #31: Al was m the game when the first half ended. After a minute of 

play in the 3rd quarter, it is discovered that Al changed his or her shirt number 

during the intermission without reporting the change to the scorer and an official. 

RULING: Al is charged with a flagrant technical foul and is immediately 

disqualified. (10-3-1) 

SITUATION #32: Following a time-out both teams remain at their benchesand the 

administering official has properly charged a throw-in violation to Team A and 

then to Team B What is the procedure at this point after both teams have violated'' 

RULING: The procedure which has been adopted to prevent delays dictates that 

once both teams have violated any further delay by either team is a technical foul. 

In this situation. Team A must now have a player available for the throw-m with 

teammates on the court and Team B must be on court ready to play also If either 

team or both teams are not m compliance immediately, a technical foul shall be 

charged The violations were actually the team "warning" prior to assessing a 

technical foul for any further delay. If both teams are charged with a technical foul, 

two free Ihrows would be attempted on both ends and an alternating possession 

throw-ir would follow 

SITUATION #33: While the clock is running and the game is in progress, substitute 

A6 rises from the bench and proceeds to the locker room. Is this an infraction that 

should be penalized with a technical fouf 

RULING: No The purpose and intent of the rule is to keep substitutes from 

standing while watching game action. The restriction does not prevent them (rom 

changing positions on the bench, going through the substitution procedures, or 

from going to the locker room for equipment repairs, etc. (10-4-1g) 

SITUATION #34: (a) To start the game, or (b) to start the 2nd half, one team remains 

in Its huddle at the sidelines even though all signals have been sounded by the 

timer and the referee 

RULING: In (a) a technical foul is charged to the team which is delaying In (b) the 

procedure for resuming play after a time-out or intermission is put into effect. In (b) 

unless there is a legitimate reason why a team is unable to resume play as 

scheduled, the procedure IS used In rare instances, a delay of less than a minute is 

permitted without penalty in both (a) and (b) (10-1-3a) 

SITUATION #35: Al is dribbling in frontcourt when the ball bounces away The 

ball: (a) is rolling toward the sideline, or (b) rolls into A's backcourt In both (a) and 

(b) Al requests a time-out 

RULING: The time-out should be granted in both (a) and (b). The two situations are 

examples of Team A using a time-out to prevent a violation of B gaining control. 

SITUATION #36: If Als dribble in A's frontcourt is "interrupted." is it a violation if 

he or she touches the (a) sideline, or (b) division line, m attempting to continue the 

dribble'' 

RULING: Yes m (a), but no in (b). (9-2 Ques ) 

SITUATION #37: Al jumps from behind the 3-point line and while in the air: (a) 

catches a pass and releases the ball on a try. or (b) secures a rebound and 

releases the ball on a try In both situations, Al returns to the floor in the 2-point 

area and the ball goes through the basket 

RULING: In both (a) and (b), Al 's location is determined by where he or she last had 

contact with the floor In both cases the location is behind the 3-point line, thus 

resulting in 3 points for the successful try The plane of the line, whether Al had 

control in the 3-point area, and whether or not the try started behind the 3-point 

line are not factors m this ruling (4-23, 5-2-1) 

SITUATION #38: If the procedure for resuming play is used for an alternating 

possession throw-in, what happens if Team A does not throw the ball in within 5 

seconds 

RULING: The violation means it is B's ball for a throw-m In addition, the arrow is 

immediately pointed toward B's basket and B will have the next opportunity to 

make an alternating possession throw-m (6-3-5. 9-3-3) 

SITUATION #39: Al dribbles into As frontcourt and four teammates then form a 

circle around him oi her so defensive players are unable to get to the ball. Al 

hands the ball to A2 who holds it for 4 seconds and then hands it to A3, etc. During 

this action Bl and B2 are trying to get the ball but are unable to as the A players 

have theif backs turned to them. 

RULING: A violation will be called in 5 seconds. The action described is similar to 

using a boundary or screening teammates to prevent the opponents from getting 

to the ball (9-11-2) 




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Steroids Have Bad Side Effects 

By Dr. Robert O. Voy 

The use and abuse of anabolic steroids is one of the most controversial topics in sport today. Athletes often refer to these drugs 
as the "breakfast of champions," which shows how prevalent and innocent athletes feel their use is. 

The non-therapeutic use of these drugs by athletes of all ages in conjunction with weightlifting to enhance physique has 
reached epidemic proportions. These users are served by a black market that was estimated recently at $100 million annually. 

There seems to be a continuing argument as to whether or not anabolic steroids increase muscle mass and strength. Some feel 
that anabolic steroids were put on the banned substance list not because they enhance performance, but because their effects can 
be dangerous to the health of the user. 

This confusion and the conflicting signals that physicians have given athletes about steroid use in the last few years has caused 
physicians to lose some of their credibility with athletes. Many times, when trying to educate athletes against anabolic steroid use, I 
have been told "Doc, why should I believe all that stuff about bad side effects now, when years ago you told me that the juice didn't 
work and that my increased muscle mass and strength was due to placebo effect and the fact that I trained harder?" 

The truth is that anabolic steroids do increase lean muscle mass and secondary strength when used in conjunction with training, 
but they also have serious short-term and long-term side effects. 

If, in fact, these drugs increase muscle mass and strength, then their use in sport constitutes unfair competition and an unfair 
predicament for the athlete who must face the ultimate decision to use these drugs in order to maintain a competitive edge. 

In his 1983 article "The Making of a Champion: Chemistry or Coaching," Dr. Andrew Pipe says "The fundamental issue here is 
the issue of cheating, lying, manipulation and deception. These issues are larger and more basic than the question of 'steroids' or 
'no steroids' and are central to any discussion or consideration of the use of drugs in sport." 
Side Effects 

There are today only a few specific and uncommon medical uses for anabolic steroids in legitimate medical practice. These 
include stimulation of the bone marrow in certain patients with rare anemia, stimulation of sexual development in hypogonadal 
males, treatment of certain types of breast cancer and treatment of a certain condition known as Angioedema. 

Even when taken under a physician's supervision, however, these drugs, which may be taken orally or injected, can cause an 
abundance of dangerous side effects. They can cause premature fusion of the epiphysis (growth center) of long bones in young 
children, liver dysfunction and tumors, testicular atrophy, lowered sperm count, enlargement of male breasts and nipples, and 
lowered high density lipoprotein cholesterol levels which my result in cardiovascular disease. 

Women gain masculine features such as facial hair, baldness, deepening of the voice, shrinkage of breast size, enlargement of 
the clitoris, uterine atrophy and irregularity of menstruation cycle. Psychological effects may include aggressive behavior, mood 
swings and increased libido This list is by no means complete. More recently, there have been recorded cases of criminal 
behavior while on anabolic steroids. 

More important even than health risks is the recent evidence that anabolic steroids increase aggression and violence. 
Researchers have reported not only increased aggressiveness among male and female athletes taking steroids, but also 
occasional psychotic episodes believed to be induced by heavy use of steroids. 

Some athletes call these episodes, which can resemble a prolonged temper tantrum, "roid rage." In a recent study of health club 
athletes who had used steroids for a mean of 3.5 years (74% stacked two or more steroids), 90 percent confessed to episodes of 
over-aggressiveness and violent behavior that they believed were induced by steroids. 

There are several cases involving violent criminal behavior by individuals "high" on anabolic steroids. The first legal case 
addressing the question of whether steroids can induce criminal behavior and whether use of them can be a legal defense 
occurred in a Prince George County Court, Maryland. The judge ruled "that the offender was suffering from an organic personality 
syndrome caused by toxic levels of anabolic steroids taken to enhance his ability to win a body-building contest." He, therefore, 
ruled the athlete in a diminished capacity due to steroid toxicity. Increases in sexual libido and aggressiveness in both males and 
females taking anabolic steroids is well documented. 

Recent evidence that prolonged steroid use can lead to addiction has had little attention to date. A public statement by the coach 
of a Division I football player who tested positive for anabolic steroids used prior to a 1 987 bowl game is a good example of the 
naivete that exists regarding the addictive potential of steroids. He stated that he was relieved that his player tested positive for 
anabolic steroids and not for another drug like marijuana or cocaine. 

Anecdotal experience with steroid-using athletes demonstrates that, in order to simply maintain the muscular hypertrophy and 
strength that they have achieved, the athletes must continue to use the steroids. Otherwise, they tend to return to their normal 
weight in spite of continued training. This results in an irresistible desire to continue use, and constitutes a high risk for habituation 
and addiction. 

Dr. Voy is director of the U.S. Olympic Committee's Division of Sports l\/ledicine and Science. He also is a member ofttie TARGET 
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The Board of Control of ffie Kentucky Higfi Sctiool Atfiletic 
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on Saturday morning, January 23, 1988. The meeting vi^as 
called to order by President Frank Welch at 9:00 a.m. Present 
were all Board members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive 
Assistant Billy Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries 
and Louis Stout and Sports Information Director Julian 
Tackett. Mr. Harry Loy, representing the State Department of 
Education was also present. The mvocatlon was given by Mr. 
Sam Chandler. 

Tom Buchanan made a motion that the minutes of the 
November 27-28, 1 987, meeting be approved. Sam Chandler 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

Sam Chandler moved, seconded by Grant Talbott, that the 
bills of the Association for the period November 1 through 
December 31 be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Welch called on Tom Buchanan, Chairman of the 
All-Sports Committee for his report. 

1) Track Alignment: The track alignment was set up 
according to new enrollment figures, geographical location 
and comments/requests from participating schools. Also, 
two-day sectional events will be scheduled since all events 
cannot be scheduled into a one-day time frame. Chairman 
Buchanan made a motion that the recommendation of the 
Committee with regard to the new track alignment be 
accepted. Huston DeHaven seconded the motion which 
carried unanimously. (The new track alignment will be 
published In the January Issue of the "Athlete".) 

2) Spring Sports Season Extended: The Committee 
recommends that a proposal be presented to the Delegate 
Assembly which would allow spring sports to begin the first 
Monday of the week following the last state basketball 
tournament. This proposal will effect all spring sports 
beginning with the 1988-89 school year. Chairman Buchanan 
made a motion that the Board accept the Committee's 
recommendation. Bill Case seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 9 In favor of the motion and one opposed. 

3) State Basl<etball Tournament Expenses: Following a 
study of the present distribution of basketball tournament 
expenses, the Committee made the following recommen- 
dations to the Board. Reduce the advance expense check 
from $1500 to $1000; pay for 28 participants (21 players, 
managers, coaches plus 6 cheerleaders and one sponsor); 
pay for the losing teams to stay through lunch on Saturday. 
The four semi-final teams will receive expenses through 
breakfast on Sunday. Chairman Buchanan made a motion 
that the Board accept the Committee's report. Charlie Miller 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

President Welch then called on Charlie Miller, Chairman of 
the Football Committee for his report. 

1) It Is recommended that the State Football Playoff Final 
games be played the second weekend following Thanks- 
giving. 

2) It IS also recommended that the rescheduling of games (If 
necessary) between now and the end of the present 
classification period be left up to the Individual schools. 

Chairman Miller made a motion that the Board accept the 



Committee's report. Sam Chandler seconded the motion. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then discussed with Board members 
several proposals to be considered by the 1988 Delegate 
Assembly. He explained that he would provide the members 
of the Board with a complete copy of the proposals during the 
March meeting of the Board. Tony dinger made a motion, 
seconded by Grant Talbott, that Mr. Mills present the 
proposals to the Delegate Assembly. 

Following a discussion by Board members who had 
received several requests to move the Annual Delegate 
Assembly Meeting back one week. Grant Talbott made a 
motion, seconded by Tom Buchanan, that the Delegate 
Assembly Meeting be held on Friday, April 22, 1988. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Wise reported that $335,822.00 in 
ticket sales has been received through this date for the Boys 
State Basketball Tournament. This figure is approximately 
$56,000. under the amount received for this same date In 
1987. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls State Basketball 
Tournament has netted $20,682. approximately $13,000. 
ahead of last year's receipts at this time. 

Upon the recommendation of Commissioner Mills, Ken 
Tippett made a motion, seconded by Grant Talbott, that the 
Commissioner be empowered to grant each team that 
participated In the football playoffs $1,200.00 to help defray 
expenses. The motion carried by a vote of 9 in favor. Sam 
Chandler abstained. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board that he had 
received a letter from Madison Central High School re- 
questing a change In football classification due to the fact 
their enrollment is being divided with a new school--Madison 
Southern High School Following a discussion of their 
request and due to the fact that more information is needed, 
the request will be referred to the Football Committee. 

Commissioner Mills reported to the Board the status of the 
court proceedings regarding University Heights Academy. 
Following his report. Grant Talbott made a motion that the 
Board direct the Commissioner's Office to investigate Uni- 
versity Heights Academy's program as It relates to the rules 
and regulations of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. Charlie Miller seconded the motion, which 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills discussed the receipt of a $6,000 
federal grant from the State Department of Education for the 
Target Program Training Project. The Target Program is a 
chemical awareness program for drug related problems. The 
K.H.S.A.A. will be working with the Department of Human 
Resources and the State Department of Education on this 
project 

Executive Asst. Wise recommended to the Board that 
officials for the district and regional basketball tournaments 
be assigned In the same manner as for 1987--that being that 
officials will officiate within their region for the district 
basketball tournaments but will go outside their region for the 
regional tournaments, except in instances where the Local 
Policy Board requests otherwise. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control will be in Frankfort 
on Friday, March 25, 1988, at 8:30 a.m. The location of the 
meeting will be posted in the lobby of the Capital Plaza Hotel. 

Sam Chandler made a motion that the meeting be 
adjourned. Tony dinger seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



FEBRUARY, 1988 VOL. L. NO. 7 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Frank Welch (1 984-1 988) Belfry, Vice-President - 
Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Directors - William 
Case (1987-1991) Paris, Sam Chandler (1986-1990) 
Shelbyville, Huston DeHaven (1987-1991) Hardinsburg, 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Tony dinger (1984- 
1989) Lexmgton, Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Ken 
Tippett (1985-1989) Versailles, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, State Department of Education -Lloyd Redman, 
Louisville. 
Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 




APPEALS 
HEARINGS 

January 22, 1988 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn in Louisville, Kentucky 
on Friday afternoon, January 22, 1988, for the purpose of 
hearing appeals. The meeting was called to order by 
President Frank Welch at 1:00 p.m. Present were all Board 
members, CommissionerTom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy 
Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis 
Stout and Sports Information Director Julian Tackett. Mr. 
Harry Loy, representing the Stale Department of Education 
was also present. The invocation was given by Mr. Sam 
Chandler. 

President Welch welcomed Mr. Harry Loy, who is the new 
State Department of Education representative. 

President Welch called on Mr. Phillip Johnson, Principal of 
Virgie High School who was representing Autumn Damron. 
Autumn's parents were also present. Commissioner Mills had 
ruled Autumn ineligible to participate in interscholastic 
athletics due to the fact that she had withdrawn from school 
due to a medical problem resulting in needed surgery. 
According to the KH.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws, a 
student is not allowed to withdraw from school for any reason 
and still maintain athletic eligibility. Following Mr. Johnson's 
appeal and a discussion thereof by the Board members, 
Charlie Wilson made a motion that the Board waive the 
preceeding semester rule to allow Autumn to play and give 
her a semester for medical reasons. Sam Chandler seconded 
the motion which passed by a vote .of 6 in favor of the motion 
and 4 opposed to the motion. 

President Welch then called on Coach Roy Woolum, 
University Heights Academy, who was present to represent 
Corey Quarles. Principal Marvin Denison had requested a 
hearing for Corey before the Board to appeal the decision of 
the Commissioner as it relates to By-Laws 6, Transfer Rule. 
Corey transferred from Hopkinsville High School to University 



Heights Academy and was subject to the Transfer Rule. 
Following Mr. Woolum's appeal and questions to him and 
Corey by the Board members, Tom Buchanan made a motion 
that the board uphold the Commissioner's decision. Charlie 
Miller seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

The next appeal was presented by Steven F. Vicroy, 
Attorney-at-Law, representing Keen Babbage, Head Basket- 
ball Coach at Beechwood High School. Mr. Babbage was 
also present in his defense. Coach Babbage was suspended 
by the Commissioner's Office for two games for violation of 
K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 1 , Section 8 and By-Law 1 7. Following Mr. 
Vicroy's statements, questions to Coach Babbage and a 
lenthy discussion thereof, Charlie Miller made a motion that 
the Board accept the letter from the Commissioner's Office as 
written for a two-day suspension. Ken Tippett seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 

There being no more appeals the meeting was adjourned. 

1988 Boys' Sweet Sixteen 
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All games to be played March 16-19, 1988 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



PAGE THREE 



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District 1 

Heath 
Lone Oak 
Paducah Tilghman 
Reidland (D) 



District 5 

Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsvllle 
Trigg County 
University Heights 



District 9 

Apollo (D) (R) 
Daviess County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 



1988 BASEBALL DISTRICT AND REGIONAL ALIGNMENT 
REGION 1 



District 2 

Ballard Memorial (D) 
Graves County 
St. Mary 



District 6 

Caidvi^eii County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 



District 10 

Breman 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central (D) 



District 3 

Carlisle County 
Fulton (D) 
Fulton County 
Hickman County 



REGION 2 



District 7 

Dawson Springs 
Madisonville 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 



REGION 3 



District 11 

Breckinridge County 
Grayson County 
Hancock County (D) 
St. Romuald 



District 4 

Calloway County 
Marshall County 
Mayfield 
Murray (R) 



District 8 

Henderson County (D) (R) 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 



District 12 

Fordsville 
McLean County (D) 
Ohio County 
Trinity 



District 13 

Butler County 
Logan County 
Russellville 
Todd Central (D) 



District 1 7 

East Hardin 
Elizabethtown (R) 
Fort Knox 
Meade County (D) 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 



District 21 

Central 

Portland Christian 

Shawnee 

S.W. Christian (D) 



District 25 

duPont Manual 
Male 
Ninth & 
St. Xavier (D) 



District 29 

Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 





REGION 4 


District 14 


District 15 


Bowling Green 


Allen County 


Franklin-Simpson (D) (R) 


Barren County 


Warren Central 


Edmonson County 


Warren East 


Glasgow (D) 




REGION 5 


District IS 


District 19 


Caverns 


Bardstown (D) 


Green County 


Bethlehem 


Hart County 


Nelson County 


LaRue County (D) 


Washington County 




REGIONS 


District 22 


District 23 


Butler 


Beth Haven 


Holy Cross (R) 


Doss 


Pleasure Ridge (D) 


Fairdale 


Western 


Valley (0) 




REGION 7 


District 26 


District 27 


Atherton (D) 


Fern Creek 


Christian Academy 


Jetfersontown (D) (R) 


Seneca 


Moore 


Trinity 


Walden 




REGION 8 


District 30 


District 31 


Anderson County 


Carroll County (R) 


Eminence 


Gallatin County (D) 


Henry County 


Oldham County 


Shelby County (D) 


Trimble County 



District 16 

Clinton County 
Cumberland County 
Metcalfe County (D) 
Monroe County 



District 20 

Adair County 
Campbellsville (D) 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



District 24 

DeSales (D) 
Evangel 
Iroquois 
Southern 



District 28 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Ky. Country Day (D) 

Waggener 



District 32 

Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County (D) 
Walton Verona 
Williamstown 



(Baseball District And Regional Alignment Continued on Page Ten) 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



o 



1988 DISTRICT AND REGIONAL SOFTBALL ALIGNMENTS 



District 1 

Heath 
Lone Oak 
Reidland 



District 4 

Ctiristian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
University Heights 



District 8 

Apollo 

Daviess County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 



District 12 

Allen County 
Barren County 
Edmonson County 
Glasgow 



District 15 

Adair County 
Bethlehem 
Marion County 
Nelson County 
Taylor County 



District 18 

Central 

Portland Christian 

Presentation Academy 

Shawnee 

Southwest Christian 



District 22 

Collegiate 

duPont Manual 

Male 

Mercy Academy 

Ninth SO 



District 26 

Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Shelby County 
Spencer County 





REGION 1 


District 2 


District 3 


Ballard Memorial 


Calloway County 


Graves County 


Marshall County 


Hickman County 


Mayfield 


St. Mary 


Murray 




REGION 2 


District 5 


District 6 


Caldwell County 


Dawson Springs 


Livingston Central 


Madisonville-North Hopkins 


Lyon County 


South Hopkins 


Trigg County 


West Hopkins 




REGION 3 


District 9 


District 10 


Bremen 


Breckinridge County 


Central City 


Frederick Fraize 


Drakesboro 


Hancock County 


Graham 


St. Romuald 


Greenville 


Trinity (Whitesville) 


Hughes-Kirk 




Muhlenberg Central 






REGION 4 


District 13 


District 14 


Bowling Green 


Clinton County 


Franklin-Simpson 


Cumberland County 


Logan County 


Metcalfe County 


Russellville 


Monroe County 


Warren Central 




Warren East 






REGION 5 


District 16 


District 17 


East Hardin 


Caverna 


Elizabethtown 


Green County 


Fort Knox 


Hart County 


Meade County 


LaRue County 


North Hardin 




West Hardin 






REGIONS 


District 19 


District 20 


Butler 


Beth Haven 


Holy Cross 


Doss 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


Fairdale 


Western 


Valley 




REGION 7 


District 23 


District 24 


Assumption 


Fern Creek 


Atherton 


Jeffersontown 


Christian Academy 


Moore 


Seneca 


Walden 




REGION 8 


District 27 


District 28 


Carroll County 


Grant County 


Eminence 


Owen County 


Gallatin County 


Scott County 


Henry County 


Williamstown 



District 7 

Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 



District 1 1 

Fordsville 
Grayson County 
McLean County 
Ohio County 



Oldham County 
Trimble County 



District 21 

Evangel 
Holy Rosary 
Iroquois 
Southern 



District 25 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Kentucky Country Day 

Sacred Heart 

Waggener 



District 29 

Boone County 
Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Lloyd Memorial 
Simon Kenton 
Walton-Verona 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



PAGE FIVE 







REGIONS 


District 30 


District 31 


District 32 


Beechwood 


Bellevue 


Bishop Brossart 


Holmes 


Dayton 


Campbell County 


Holy Cross 


Newport 


Highlands 


Ludlow 


Newport Central Catholi 


c Scott 


Notre Dame 




Silver Grove 


Villa Madonna 




REGION 10 


District 34 


District 35 


District 36 


Bath County 


Bryan Station 


Franklin County 


Estill County 


Henry Clay 


Jessamine County 


George Rogers Clark 


Lafayette 


Western Hills 


Madison 


Lexington Catholic 


Woodford County 


Madison Central 


Sayre 
Tates Creek 


REGION 11 


District 38 


District 39 


District 40 


Corbin 


Monticello 


Bell County 


Knox County Central 


Pulaski County 


Cawood 


Laurel County 


Rockcastle County 


Evarts 


Lynn Camp 


Wayne County 


Middlesboro 


Whitley County 




Oneida 
Red Bird 

REGION 12 


District 42 


District 43 


District 44 


Breathitt County 


Allen Central 


Boyd County 


Buckhorn 


June Buchanan 


Greenup County 


Cordia 


McDowell 


Lewis County 


Jackson 


Sheldon Clark 


Morgan County 


Jackson County 


Wheelwright 


Russell 


Menifee County 




West Carter 


Riverside Christian 






Wolfe County 







District 33 

Bracken County 
Doming 

Harrison County 
Mason County 
Maysville 
Pendleton County 
Tolesboro 



District 37 

Burgin 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 
Western Anderson 



District 41 

Dilce Combs 
Hazard 
Knott County 
Leslie County 
Letcher 
M.C Napier 



District 45 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 
Phelps 
Pikeville 




BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL INFORMATION 

From: Bluegrass Baseball Association 

Baseball Umpire meetings will be held at Transylvania University beginning at 
7:30 p.m. 

The dates and sites are as follows: 
March 7, 1 4, 21 , 28 (Strickland Auditorium) 
April 4. 1 1 , 25 Room 234 McAlister Aud. 

May 9 Room 234 McAlister Aud. 




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The National Federation Part II Exam for Baseball and Softball will be given on 
March 21, 1988. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



1987 Boys' State-At-Large 

Champion 

HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (Left to Right): Angle Rice, Dana Newsome, Cheryl Long, Karen Thompson. Middle Row: Joyce 
Sason, Lisa Carr, Laura Combs, Amy Llebermann, Stacey Torstricl<. Back Row: Susie Bair, Marcy Baker, 
Gina Baker. 



1987 Girls' State-At-Large 

Champion 
PIKEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (Left to Right): Pam KowalskI, Cissy Roberts. Seated: Lorl Mahan, Joy Baker, Christy Damron, 
Jennifer Desklns. Standing: Tammy Tomllnson, Beth Templeman, tl/lichelle Ratllff, Sarah Walters, Cindy 
England. Top: Stacy McCoin. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



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DELEGATE ASSEMBLY DATE CHANGED 

The Board of Control has set the date for the 1988 Delegate Assembly as April 
22, 1988 at 11:00 a.m. The date was changed from the originally scheduled date 
of April 15 to accommodate delegates who will be involved with K.E.A. weekend. 

ATTENTION COACHES OF BASKETBALL TEAMS 

Each coach is being mailed an information sheet to complete for information to 
be placed in the boys and girls state basketball tournament programs. Your 
cooperation is appreciated in completing and returning this information to the 
regional tournament manager should you qualify for the tournament. 

TRAINERS WORKSHOP SET FOR E.K.U. 

Cramer will again sponsor a workshop for athletic trainers at the campus of 
Eastern Kentucky University. The clinic will be held on June 5-8. Prospective 
student delegates may contact Bobby Barton at Eastern or write to Athletic 
Trainer Workshops, Cramer Products, P.O. Box 1001, Gardner, Kansas, 66030. 

NEW TRAINERS MANUAL A VALUABLE AID FOR SCHOOLS 

The Institute for Public and Private Sector Initiatives had produced a special 
booklet to aid high schools, called the "High School Sports Injury Manual". 
This manual is very informative, and according to several experienced trainers, 
it is easy to understand, with simple, easy to follow, instructions. This 
manual is \/ery thorough, and could help each school system in Kentucky. The 
manual sells for $6.95 per copy, and is available by writing directly to the 
publisher at PPSI, 6991 East Camelback, #C-240, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85251. If 
a school or system orders in a large quantity, a package discount is available. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 

With the implementation of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test). For the remainder of the 1987-88 school year, the 
schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 

04/16/88 03/18/88 04/05/88 

06/11/88 05/13/88 05/31/88 

FOOTBALL COACH OPENING 

Hart County High School is now accepting applications for the position of Head 
Football Coach. Prospective candidates should send resume' and letter of 
application to Charles Wuertzer, Principal, Hart County High School, Hwy. 31 
South, Munfordville, 42765. 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1988 is August 19. At its regular 
meeting in January, the Board of Control voted to set the playoff championships 
games for football as the second Friday and Saturday following Thanksgiving 
Day, thereby moving the starting and all subsequent playing dates of the 
football season back one week in accordance to the Limitation of Seasons. The 
Board then voted to waive the starting date limitation for three years allowing 
the schools to begin regular season play on the same dates as was previously 
published until the end of the classification period. Beginning in 1991, the 
first playing date will again be eleven weekends prior to the first round of 
the playoffs. This means that the football playing schools have twelve 
possible playing weeks for the next three seasons, but are still limited to 
eleven contests. 

The first legal date for practice in pads is August 1. Pads is defined as any 
football equipment, including but not limited to, the helmet, shoulder pads, 
hip pads, girdle pads, knee pads, thigh pads and padded uniform pants. Please 
remember to inform the Association office as to open dates and to contact this 
office when you fill an open date. At this time, we have the following open 
dates -- 



Week 1 (August 19) - Calloway County, contact James Jury 
(502)753-8141. Harrison County, contact Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 
4382. Montgomery County, contact Chili Ishmael or Lowell King 
(606)498-4964. Oldham County, contact Tom Peterson (502)222-9461. 
Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

Week 2 (August 26) - Belfry, contact Philip Heywood (606)353-7239. 
Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155. Knott County 
Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. Western Hills, contact 
Al Wink (502)875-2900. 

Week 3 (September 2) - Boyd County, contact "Jeep" Clark, A.D., 
(606)928-6473. Brentwood Academy, Brentwood, TN, contact Coach Carlton 
Flatt (615)373-0611. Calloway County, contact James Jury (502)753-8141. 
Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155. Knott County 
Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. M.C. Napier, contact 
Bill Dixon, (606)439-1519 (W) or (606)439-1519. 

Week 4 (September 9) - Austin East (Knoxville), contact coach Richard 
Glasper (615)544-3792. Harrodsburg, contact Alvis Johnson 
(606)734-5106. Knott County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. 
Lincoln County, contact Coach Larry Phillips. Montgomery County, 
contact Chili Ishmael or Lowell King (606)498-4964. 

Week 5 (September 16) - Belfry, contact Philip Heywood (606)353-7239. 

Garrard County, contact Marshall Norton. Harrison County, contact 

Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 4382. Murray, contact Gary Miller, A.D. 
(502)753-5202. 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (continued) 

Week 6 (September 23) - Austin East (Knoxville), contact coach Richard 
Glasper (615)544-3792. Dixie Heights, contact Don Afterkirk. 
Harrodsburg, contact Alvis Johnson (606)734-5106. Lincoln County, 
contact Coach Larry Phillips. Notre Dame (Portsmouth ,Ohio) is looking 
for a Class A size opponent, contact coach Randy Martin (614)353-4255. 

Week 7 (September 30) - Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn 
(502)695-4155. Harrison County, contact Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 
4382. Knott County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. 

Week 8 (October 7) - Oldham County, contact Tom Peterson 
(502)222-9461. Union County, contact Coach Charlie Bob Paris 
(502)389-1454. 

Week 9 (October 14) - Anderson County, contact Sam Harp (502)839-9494. 
Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

Week 10 (October 21) - Eminence, contact Steve Frommeyer 
(502)845-5427. 

Week 11 (October 28) - Middletown (OH), contact Jim Place 
(513)422-7432. 

Week 12 (November 4th) - Murray, contact Gary Miller, A.D. 
(502)753-5202. 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR SPRING 1988 SPORTS 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored spring 
events, along with the first day of practice. 

Sport 



Track 

Softball 

Golf 

Tennis 

Baseball 

These dates are as printed on the 1987-88 Memorandum Calendar, with the 
exception of the state wrestling meet which was changed by a decision of the 
Board of Control at its July, 1987 meeting. 

TENNIS COACH OPENING 

Louisville Collegiate High School seeks a varsity tennis coach for the 1988 
season. Send resume' to Douglas MacKelcan, Jr., Headmaster, Louisville 
Collegiate School, P.O. Box 4369, Louisville, KY 40204. 



First 


First 


Num. 


State 


Practice 


Contest 


Games 


Finals 


Al 1 owed 


(Tentative) 






Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 28 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 1/2 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 2/4 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 4 



APPROVED DATES FOR BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 1988-1992 



1988 - 


Boys 


- March 16 - 


19 




Girls 


- March 23 - 


26 


1989 - 


Boys 


- March 15 - 


18 




Girls 


- March 22 - 


25 


1990 - 


Girls 


- March 14 - 


17 




Boys 


- March 21 - 


24 


1991 - 


Boys 


- March 13 - 


16 




Girls 


- March 20 - 


23 


1992 - 


Boys 


- March 18 - 


21 




Girls 


- March 25 - 


28 



19 * Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky 

Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 
Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 
Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 



SANCTIONS FOR CONTESTS INVOLVING OUT OF STATE TEAMS 

Many questions arise when a member school attempts to schedule a game 
against a team from another state. Remember that the contest must go 
through the proper administrative channels to be considered a legal 
contest. The following can serve as a simple guide to athletic directors 
and principals -- 

If a game involves only one Kentucky school and one out of state 
school, and the other state adjoins Kentucky, no state Association 
or National Federation sanction is necessary; 

If a meet or tournament involves one or more teams from outside the 
host state, and the invited teams are from adjoining state(s), 
National Federation sanction is not necessary. However the event 
must be sanctioned by the state Associations involved. It is the 
responsibility of the principal of the host school to initiate the 
sanction procedure; 

In all other cases, both state Association and National Federation 
sanction is required. If you are the host school, contact the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association to obtain the sanction 
forms and begin the sanction process. The sanction process must be 
completed thirty (30) days prior to the event. 

"THE BLEACHER COACH" 



A bleacher coach One time was I, Making Decisions to win games by 
Second guessing and who get the ball, I made no mistakes; I knew it all! 

How to press and when to sub; "Where's the trap", and "Bench that scrub!" 
"The coach is wrong, why stall and delay?", Shoot the ball, there's a game 
to play 

Then one season A coach was I, Making decisions to win games by. 

And with each game or a team to beat, Came those bleacher words to eat! 

Rick Wells, Varsity Coach, Tacoma Baptist High School, Washington 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



PAGE SEVEN 



1987 BOYS' "SWEET SIXTEEN ' 

CHAMPIONS 
ROWAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 



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Front Row (Left to Right): Robin Riddle, Kris Holbrook, Ann 
Trivelte, Use Oeliner, Amy Nicl<ell. Back: Stephanie Wright, 
Jodi Alfrey, Kristi Turner, Lesley Hargis, Candi Brown, Karis 
Cooper, Melinda Jackson. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 



Participating cheerleader and sponsor regis- 
tration: all cheerleading squads and/or sponsors 
are asked to stop by the KAPOS table to: 

1. Register your squad. 

2. Pick up important information and materials for 
you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that you register 
your seat, row and section number. A possible radio 
interview is often missed because the guides could 
not locate the desired person in time for the 
interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors 
and cheerleaders that KAPOS hosts a Hospitality 
Room for participating cheerleaders. We cordially 
invite you to have refreshments, socialize with 
friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help with 
your problems. 

"Sweet 16" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Principals! If your team will be participating in the 
State Tournament, included in the packet sent to 
you by the KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for this and 
relay all information to your cheerleader sponsor. 
We request that your cheerleaders be chaperoned 
by a well qualified, school approved adult. 
Verification of this, along with yoursponsor's name, 
must be contained in the letter of confirmation 
which you will receive. This letter must be in the 
hands of the KAPOS officer prior to the time that 
your cheerleaders take the floor. 




1987 GIRLS' "SWEET SIXTEEN' 

CHAMPIONS 

MALE HIGH SCHOOL 

Kneeling 
(Left to Right): 
Shannon Spann, Lori 
Beck, Kristin Crutcher.l 
Standing: Beth 
(Humphrey, Aastae 
Martin, Jill Toohay, 
Melodle Marquess, 
Marcia Stombarger. 
Top: 

Tiffany Singletary, 
Libby Sergeant, Kristi 
Hedden. 



Important! Please be sure that your school is a 
paid member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order for your squad to com pete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use 
of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which 
appears in the KAPOS Handbook. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards will be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' 
Sweet Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; 
in the Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mil Is Award. The 
runner-up cheerleading squad will receive a trophy, 
with the thrid and fourth place squads being 
awarded plaques. In addition, the special K-Pep 
Award will be presented. All tournament cheer- 
leading squads and their sponsors are asked to be 
located close to the playing floor so they can easily 
come on the floor should they be called for an 
award. 

GOVERNOR WILKINSON DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good Sportsman- 
ship Month, KAPOS has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at tournament time. 
Being a good sport is part of being a good citizen. 
We don't believe that good citizens need to be 
reminded to exemplify good sportsmanship. 
However, it is especially fitting at tournament time 
to remind all citizens that it is a privilege to be able to 
attend the games and that each individual can 
contribute to thesuccessof the tournament if he will 
abide by the KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed 
proclaimed by Governor Wilkinson. The Governor's 
proclamation is on display at the KAPOS table. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen fortunate enough 
to participate with their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will receive the Jane 
Meyer trophy, while the runner-up will receive the 
President's Trophy. Plaques will be given to the 
third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor of representing their district in the KAPOS 
Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district will progress 
to the region. In turn the girls' varsity winnerand the 
boys' winner and runner-up from each region is 
allowed to compete for the title of State-At-Large 
Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Boys' State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 19, in 
Broadbent Arena behind Freedom Hall, Louisville. 
Judging for the Girls' State-At-Large winners will take 
place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 26, at Franklin 
County High School. Frankfort. The public is invited to 
these outstanding events. The admission charge of 
$3.00 will go toward the expenses of KAPOS scholar- 
ship award, details of which are supplied below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top squads, in addition to several 
special awards. 



NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help at 
the tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated persons who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their 
administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is 
seeking your understanding and cooperation 
should you be asked to release a teacherfrom hisor 
her duties to help carry on the work that KAPOS is 
doing to make cheerleading a worthwhile 
educational experience in the State of Kentucky. 

STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to outstanding cheerleaders from 
Kentucky. In 1 987, KAPOS awarded six $1 ,000 scholar- 
ships to well-deserving cheerleaders. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship winner, 
so get your applications in early. Applications must be 
turned in no later than April 30. Contact a KAPOS 
board member or officer for application forms, or pick 
them up at the State Tournament KAPOS Table. 



S^ortsmanshiTp — Whose respnsihility 




THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CHEERLEADERS 

Since the cheerleaders are the chosen representatives of the 
student body they have an unusual opportunity and a significant 
responsibility for promoting good sportsmanship. Cheerleaders 
should be chosen who are respected by fellow students. The most 
aggressive and vocal individual does not necessarily make the best 
cheerleader By setting a good example the cheerleaders can 
influence and help control the reactions of student spectators 

Cheerleaders should: 
1- Establish standards of desirable behavior for the cheerleaders 

and pep club 

2 Select positive cheers which praise their own team without anta- 
gonizing their opponents 

3 Use discretion in selecting when to cheer. Give the opposing 
team equal opportunity to execute their cheers 

4 Give encouragement to Injured players and recognition to out- 
standing performances for either team. 

5 Serve as hosts to the visiting cheerleaders. Meet them upon ar- 
rival and if time permits introduce them to friends and show them 
the school. Visit at half-time 

6. Hold a series of well-planned pep meetings in which students are 
reminded that the reputation of the school depends largely upon 
the behavior of its students at athletic contests. It should be 
emphasized that no derogatory remarks, or booing should be 
made at any time. 

7. For desired spectator response, cheers should be executed with 
precision and ease 

8 Develop a large repertoire of desirable and timely cheers which 
may be called upon at appropriate moments 

9. Always maintain enthusiasm and composure especially intrying 
circumstances, remembering your responsibilities for leader- 
ship. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



PAGE NINE 



1988 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT HOSTS AND/OR SITES 



Boys 



Girls 



1. Fulton County 

2. Paducah Tilghman 

3. St. Mary 

4. Marshall County 

5. Livingston Central 

6. Webster County 

7. West Hopkins 

8. Hopkinsviile 

9. Owensboro 

10. Mutilenberg Central 

11. Hancock County 

12. Ohio County 

13. Todd County Central 

14. Western Ky. Univ. 

15. Allen Co.-Scottsville 

16. Clinton County 

17. Elizabethtow/n 

18. Hart County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Taylor County 

21. Central 

22. Western 

23. Doss 

24. Southern 

25. St. Xavier 

26. Christian Academy 

27. Fern Creek 

28. Ballard 

29. Spencer County 

30. Anderson County 

31. Carroll County 

32. Williamstovi/n 



33. Boone County 

34. Covington Latin 

35. Dayton 

36. Campbell County 

37. Bourbon County 

38. Deming 

39. Mason County 

40. Bath County 

41. Franklin County 

42. Sayre 

43. Henry Clay 

44. Model 

45. Lincoln County 

46. Mercer County 

47. Wayne County 

48. Somerset 

49. Oneida Baptist Institute 

50. Knox Central 

51. Bell County 

52. Evarts 

53. Letcher 

54. M.C. Napier 

55. Knott County Central 

56. Wolfe County 

57. Magoffin County 

58. Betsy Layne 

59. Millard 

60. Feds Creek 

61. Menifee County 

62. Lewis County 

63. Greenup County 

64. Boyd County 



1. Fulton County 

2. Paducah Tilghman 

3. St. Mary 

4. Marshall County 

5. Livingston Central 

6. Webster County 

7. West Hopkins 

8. Hopkinsviile 

9. Owensboro 

10. Muhlenberg Central 

11. Hancock County 

12. Ohio County 

13. Todd County Central 

14. Bowling Green 

15. Allen Co.-Scottsville 

16. Clinton County 

17. North Hardin 

18. Hart County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Taylor County 

21. Central 

22. Western 

23. Doss 

24. Southern 

25. St. Xavier 

26. Christian Academy 

27. Fern Creek 

28. Ballard 

29. Spencer County 

30. Anderson County 

31. Carroll County 

32. Owen County 



33. Boone County 

34. Villa Madonna 

35. Dayton 

36. Campbell County 

37. Harrison County 

38. Augusta 

39. Mason County 

40. Bath County 

41. Franklin County 

42. Sayre 

43. Henry Clay 

44. Model 

45. Lincoln County 

46. Mercer County 

47. Wayne County 

48. Somerset 

49. Oneida Baptist Institute 

50. Knox Central 

51. Bell County 

52. Evarts 

53. Whitesburg 

54. M.C. Napier 

55. Knott County Central 

56. Wolfe County 

57. Magoffin County 

58. Betsy Layne 

59. Millard 

60. Feds Creek 

61. Menifee County 

62. Lewis County 

63. Greenup County 

64. Boyd County 




1988 



REGIONAL 



TOURNAMENT HOSTS 



AND/OR SITES 



Boys 

1. Graves County 

2. Hopkinsviile 

3. Owensboro Sports Ctr. 

4. Western Ky. Univ. 

5. Marion County 

6. Iroquois 

7. Ballard 

8. Henry County 

9. Campbell County 

10. Mason County 

11. Frankfort Sports Ctr. 

12. Boyle County 

13. Bell County 

14. Knott County Central 

15. Pikeville 

16. Morehead State Univ. 



Girls 

1. Graves County 

2. Madisonville-N. Hop. 

3. Ohio County 

4. Allen Co.-Scottsville 

5. Nelson County 

6. Iroquois 

7. Ballard 

8. Oldham County 

9. Dayton 

10. George Rogers Clark 

11. Woodford County 

12. Laurel County 

13. Bell County 

14. Hazard 

15. Belfry 

16. West Carter 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



Baseball District And Regional Alignment Continued from Page Three) 

REGION 9 



District 33 

Boone County 

Conner 

Lloyd 

St. Henry 

Simon-Kenton (D) 



District 37 

Bourbon County 
Harrison County (D) 
Millersburg Inst. 
Nicholas County 
Paris 



District 41 

Frankfort 

Franklin County (D) 
Western Hills 
Woodford Co, (R) 



District 44 

Boyle County (D) 
Danville 
Garrard County 
Lincoln County 



District 48 

Clay County (D) (R) 
Jackson County 
Oneida 
Rockcastle County 



District 52 

Flemmg-Neon 
Jenkins 
Letctier (D) 
Wtiitesburg 
June Buctianan 



District 56 

Jotinson Central (D) 
l^agotfin County 
Paintsville 
Stieldon Clark 



District 60 

futenifee County 
lyiorgan County 
Rowan County (D) 



District 34 

Bellevue 

Dayton 

Holmes 

Newport (D) (R) 

Newport Central Cattiolic 



District 35 

Bisfiop Brossart (D) 
Campbell County 
Higtilands 
Scott 
Silver Grove 



REGION 10 



District 38 

Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 
Pendleton County 



District 42 

Bryan Station (D) 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 

Lexington Cattiolic 
Sayre 
Tates Creek 



District 45 

Burgin 
Harrodsburg 
Jessamine County (D) 
IVIercer County 
Western Anderson 



District 49 

Barbourville 
Corbm (D) 
Knox Central 
Lynn Camp 
Wtiitley County 
Williamsburg 



District 53 

Bucktiorn 
Dilce Combs (D) 
Hazard 
Leslie County 
M.C. Napier 



District 57 

Allen Central 
Betsy Layne 
fvlcDowell 
Prestonsburg 
Wtieelwright 



District 61 

East Carter 
Lewis County 
West Carter 



District 39 

Fleming County (D) 
tvlason County 
fylaysville 
St. Patrick 
Tollesboro 



REGION 11 



District 43 

Berea 

Madison 

Madison Central (D) 

Model 



REGION 12 



District 46 

McCreary Central 
fvlonticello 
Russell County 
Wayne County 



REGION 13 



District 50 

Bell County 
Middlesboro 
Pineville 
Red Bird 



REGION 14 



District 54 

Breatfiitt County 
Cordia 
Jackson 
Knott Central 
Riverside 



REGION 15 



District 58 

Dorton 
Millard 
Mullins 

Pikeville (D) (R) 
Virgie 



REGION 16 



District 62 

Fairview 

Greenup County (D) 

Raceland 

Russell 



District 36 

Beectiwood 
Covington Cattiolic 
Dixie Heights (D) 
Holy Cross 
Ludlow 



District 40 

Bath County 

Estill County 

George Rogers Clark (D) 

Montgomery County (R) 



District 47 

Casey County 
Laurel County (R) 
Pulaski County 
Somerset 



District 51 

Cawood 
Cumberland 
Evarts 
Harlan (D) 



District 55 

Lee County (D) 
Owsley County 
Powell County (R) 
Wolfe County 



District 59 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 
Johns Creek 
Phelps 



District 63 

Boyd County (D) (R) 
Holy Family 
Lawrence County 
Paul Blazer 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1988 



PAGE ELEVEN 



@ 



1988 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
RULE BOOK 

Page 27 — Note under 4-2-3 should have been shaded. 

Page 55 — Under Comments on the Rules, change "1 -1 -6a Penalty" to "1-1-5." 

CASE BOOK 

Page 3 — Part One in "1-1-5 Penalty" delete "Penalty." 

Page 23 ~ 5.1.1J Play — In first line delete "touches or." 
SITUATION #1 : With R1 on first and one out, the next pitch to B2 is called ball four, 
but R1 not knowing it is ball four attempts to steal second base. R1 overslides the 
base and is tagged. Is R1 out? 

RULING: R1 is entitled to second base because of the base on balls to B2, 
However, upon oversliding second base, he forfeited his right to the base. 
Therefore, he would be out if tagged by the defense, 8-4-2-e 
SITUATION #2: After the line-up has been presented at the pre-game conference, 
but before the first pitch, the coach substitutes Si for B1 . 

RULING: Legal provided 81 is not listed as the pitcher. If 81 is withdrawn, he has 
been in the game even though he has not participated. 3-1-1 
SITUATION #3: As Si prepares to pitch to the first batter, the batter informs the 
umpire that the sweatband worn on the wrist of F1 's pitching hand is distractive. 
The coach of Fl contends that the sweatband is neither white nor gray, and 
therefore should be permitted. 

RULING: The pitcher would not be permitted to wear a gray or white sweatband. 
However, the pitcher may wear a sweatband on the wrist of his pitching hand, 
provided the umpire does not feel that it is distracting. Each situation is different 
and the judgment of each umpire is likely to vary. Neverthe less, the umpire has the 
final say as to whether a sweatband, other than white or gray can be worn. 1-1-5 
SITUATION #4: On a batted ball to F6, Rl maliciously runs over F2 before R2 
interferes with F6 as he tries to field the ball. 

RULING: Dead ball immediately. Rl is out for interference and ejected. The umpire 
may award the double play if he feels the play would have been completed 
successfully. If the second out is not awarded, R2 would return to base occupied at 
the time of interference by Rl . 8-2-6. 3-3-1 -g 

SITUATION #5: With two strikes B1 steps out without being granted time and the 
pitch hits him. 

RULING: Batter is out and the ball is dead immediately. 6-2-4-d Note 
SITUATION #6: If a right handed pitcher, in the stretch, in a slow and deliberate 
manner, raises his leg and throws to first, has he committed a balk? 
RULING: No. If the motion is continuous no balk is committed. 6-1-3 
SITUATION #7: Wfth Rl on third and Rs on first, Fl balks. Each runner advances 
one base. It is then discovered that R2 is an illegal substitute {player with no 
eligibility) What's the call? 

RULING: The play stands. R2 is ejected and replaced with a legal substitute. 3-1-1 
SITUATION #8: Starter Fl is replaced by 81. Later in the game, Fl enters the game 
defensively for F7, Has a violation occurred? 
RULING: Yes, If Si remains in the game. 3-2-3 

SITUATION #9: While in the batter's box, the batter leans over home plate. The 
catcher's and umpire's viston is not obstructed The play is to prevent the catcher, 
on a left handed batter, from seeing the runner at first as he starts to steal. 
RULING: The batter's position has not caused interference. If the batter holds that 
position and the catcher attempts a play, then mlerference could be called- 7-3-5 
SITUATION #10: Can a pitcher, while in the stretch position, feint a throw to third 
and then throw or feint a throw to first'' 

RULING: A pitcher may not femt a throw lo first if his foot is in contact with the 
pitcher's plate. However, if his foot comes off of the pitcher's plate when feinting a 
throw to third, he may feint or throw to first. It is legal to feint to third and then throw 
to first. 6-2-4-a 

SITUATION #11: Smith is listed as the starling pitcher on the line-up card 
presented to the umpire-in-chief. However. Jones starts instead, while Smith sits 
on the bench. In the fourth inning, Jones is having difficulty finding the strike zone. 
His coach wants to substitute Smith for Jones. The coach of the other team informs 
the umpire of the infraction and says he will protest if Smith is allowed to pitch 
RULING; Because Smith was listed as the starting pitcher, he was to have faced 
the first batter. Since he did not meet his requirement, he cannot pitch the rest of 
the game. He is allowed to enter the game, which shall count as his re-entry, and 
he shall be allowed to play any position other than pitcher. Jones shall be ejected 
because he was an illegal player, 3-1-1 

SITUATION #12: On a hit and run, the pitcher pitches out. The batter attempts to hit 
the pitch, but steps out of the batter's box. Has he committed interference? 
RULING: If he interferes with the catcher's throw, B1 has committed interference. 
However. Bl's foot must be entirely outside the line for him to be considered out of 
the box, 7-3-5 

SITUATION #13: Can a coach have a rule book in the coach's box? 
RULING: Yes. 3-3-1-h 



SITUATION #14: With the bases loaded, Rl on third is obstructed while in a run 

down. On the overthrow. Rl breaks for home but maliciously runs over the 

catcher. 

RULING: Malicious contact supercedes obstruction. The penalty for interference 

is enforced. 3-3-1 -g Penalty 

SITUATION #15: During a game in which speed up rules are being used, 81 is hit 

by the pilch. Upon reaching first base, B1 is replaced with a courtesy runner. The 

coach of the defensive team informs the umpire (a) before the next pitch or (b) after 

a pitch has been delivered that the courtesy runner is illegal, 

RULING: In (a) and (b) the courtesy runner is replaced with a legal substitute or the 

proper player. 3-1 -l 

SITUATION #16: With runners at first and second and no outs, B1 bunts a ball in 

the air to F3. F3 deliberately drops the ball. 

RULING: There is no penalty An intentionally dropped bunt is not treated the same 

as an intentionally dropped fair line drive or fair fly. 8-4-1 -c 

SITUATION #17: In order to play a double header before darkness, can the games 

be five innings instead of seven? 

RULING: No. A regulation game consists of seven innings. 4-2-1 

SITUATION #18: If a fielder (a) yells "go", or (b) pulls the pant leg of a runner, is this 

obstruction? 

RULING: Obstruction has occurred in (a) and (b) and the appropnate award is 

made. The player committing the act is warned. If he does it again, he is ejected. If 

another player on the team does the same thing, the umpire can issue a team 

warning. 2-5-3, 3-3-1-k, 10-2-3-f 

SITUATION #19: On a bunt, F2 fields the ball and starts to throw to first, but in doing 

so, hits the arm of the umpire who is signaling fair ball. 

RULING- The umpire is considered part of the field in this situation, so the ball 

remains alive and the play stands. 10-2-2*g 

SITUATION #20: If a coach calls a charged conference, can he take a ball with him 

and toss it to one of his players to warm-up with while he talks to the pitcher? 

RULING: No, A charged conference permits a coach or his non-playing 

representative to confer with a defensive player or players and does not permit any 

warm*up or practice 3-4-1 

SITUATION #21: On a fly to F8, F8 makes the catch and then collides with a short 

chain link outfield fence. While trying to push himself off the fence, the ball drops 

out of his glove on the other side of the fence. Is this a catch or home run? 

RULING: It is a catch. F8 demonstrated that he had control of the ball. Action 

secondary to the catch, climbing off the fence, resulted in F8 dropping the ball. 

2-3-1 

SITUATION #22: Is a graphite bat legaP 

RULING: Unless a state association has 

Federation to experiment, the bat is illegal. 1 -3-5 

SITUATION #23: In the bottom of the first inning, after the starting pitcher grounds 

out, the umprie is informed by the coach of the opposing team thatthe pitcher was 

not listed on the line-up card. The umpire allows the pitcher to remain in the game. 

The opposing coach complains, but to no avail. 

RULING: At the time the infraction was discovered, the illegal player should have 

been ejected The player who was listed as the starting player could re-enter at 

any position except pitcher, since he did not face one batter. Otherwise, the 

ejected player could be replaced by a legal substitute If the sponsoring state 

association allowed protests, a protest could have been filed, but it would have 

had to have been lodged at the time the infraction was first brought lo the umpire's 

attention, 4-5-1, 10-2-3-1 

SITUATION #24: With two outs and runner on base, the catcher drops the third 

strike, but the umpire calls "Time " What happens? 

RULING: The umpire must decide whether or not the batter could have reached 

base before the catcher could have recovered in time tothrowthe batter out. If the 

umpire did not feel the batter would have beaten the throw, then the umpire can 

call the batter out. 10-2-3-g 

SITUATION #25: With the bases loaded and one out, B6 flies out to F8, R2, who 

was on second base leaves before the catch and is doubled off (a) after Rl scores 

or fb) before Rl scores, 

RULING: In (a) the run counts, but not in (b), 9-1 -1 

SITUATION #26: With Rl on third and R2 on second and one out. 81 hits a deep fly 

ball to F8. Rl starts to advance without tagging up, but the third base coach grabs 

him and shoves him back to the base before F8 makes the catch, 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately and the runner is called out. If in the 

judgment of the umpire the defense was prevented from making a second out, 

the umpire can call the involved runner or batter-runner out. If the batter is not 

called out, he stays at first base, 3-2-2 



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o 



1988 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOFTBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Rule Book 

Inside Front Cover — Under clarifications, second reference should be "1-4-3." 

Page 16 — In 2-5-3, fifthi line from the bottom, after "dead" insert "at the end of 
playing action " 

Page 32 — Delete 5-1-1-m 

Page 65 — Under Comments on the Rule, the reference for the exterior warnmg 
statement should be "1-1 -6a NOTE " 
Case Book 

Page 76 — 8 2 5b Play, revise last line of ruling to reade "dead and call R3 out." 
SITUATION #1: Are encircling marks required on bats'? 

RULING: No the rule does apply to bats used in baseball, but not in Softball 1-3-5 
SITUATION #2: After taking the signal, the pitcher steps backward off the pitchers 
plate With her non-pivot foot first 

RULING: Illegal pitch To remove herself from the pitching position, the pitcher 
must step backward off the pitcher's plate with both feet (pivot foot first) before 
separating her hands 6-2-6 NOTE 

SITUATION nS: R1 does not touch second base on her way to third base. Before 
reaching third base, the ball goes into dead ball territory. Is R1 out, awarded third 
or home'? 

RULING: II R1 returns to touch second base, R1 would be awarded home. 8-2 
Penalty, 8-3-3-c 

SITUATION #4: Team As third out is overlooked dunng a big rally in the fifth 
inning, which results in several additional runs before the "fourth" out ends the 
inning In the seventh mning. Team B informs the umpire that several of Team A's 
runs were a result of the third out being overlooked 

RULING: This is not a correctable error. Team B has the responsibility to know 
how many outs have been made 10-2-3-g 

SITUATION #5: Fi completes her warm-ups in one minute, but her coach is still 
beside her giving final instructions and encouragement, 

RULING: For delay, the coach shall be warned and assessed a charged 
conference if the act is repeated 3-4-1 

SITUAITON ttB: F8s glove appears to be longer than other gloves worn by players 
on both teams The umpire tells F8 she will have to measure the glove. How is the 
glove measured"? 

RULING: The glove is measured from the bottom edge to top of the highest point, 
which in most cases will be the tip of the second finger. The tape measure should 
follow the contour of the glove 1-3-6 

SITUATION »7: When a team's (a) head coach, (b) assistant coach. (c| first 
baseman, (d) non-playing equipment manager (a student), (e) player with no 
re-entry eligibility; fl) or ballgirl or ballboy is ejected, what area must the offender 
be confined'? Does the player have to leave the dugout or nof? 
RULING: This is the area that falls under the [unsdiction of state associations 
Umpires should check with their respective state association Points of Emphasis 
SITUATION #8: The runners at first and second leave the base prematurely while 
the ball is in the pitcher's possession in the 16' circle. Are both runners called ou! 
or IS the umpire lo pick only one runner to be called out, with the other runner 
returning to base"? 

RULING: Since both runners left early, both are declared out 8-4-2-e, 8-4-2-e 
NOTE 

SITUATION #9: A team has no eligible substitutes remaining The batter is hit in the 
head by a pitch and cannot continue Is the game forfeited'' 
RULING: No The previous batter not on base is allowed lo pinch-run for the 
in[ured player until she is put out, scores, or the half-mnmg ends. When it is the 
intured player's turn to bat, an out will be called. 4-4- 1-f, 7-4-i 
SITUATION #10: With R1 on first B2 bunts the ball down the first base line. F3 fields 
the ball and runs toward B2 82 m an effort to buy time lor R1 , backtracks toward 
home Is 82 out at the point for running the bases in reverse order or trying to 
confuse or make a travesty of the game'' 

RULING: NO the batter's tactic is illegal and she would be called out. the ball is 
dead immediately and all runners return to the bases occupied at the time of the 
pitch 8-4-1-1 

SITUAITON #1 1 : On a bunt down the third base line, the ball goes into foul territory 
where It IS kicked by the runner on third. Is the runner ouf? 
RULING; The ball is dead immediately, unless intentionally kicked, then, the 
runner shall be called out, 8-4-2-b 

SITUATION #12: In the lirst game of the state tournament. Team A defeats Team B 
4-3 in 10 innings. In the first mning of the second game, the pitcher of the visiting 
team complains that the pitcher's plate is not set at the correct distance The 
umpires measure the distance and confirm the error. The pitcher's plate is 
immediately reset at the correct distance The coach of (a) the home team protests 
because the pitcher of the visiting team did not have lo pitch at the incorrect 
distance as did the home team pitcher,or(b) the losing team of th first game, upon 
hearing thai the distance was incorrect files a protest. 

RULING: Once a game starts a protest cannot be fNed should the distances of the 
bases or the pitchers plate be incorrect. In all cases, incorrect distances shall be 
corrected immediately, even il one team had to run or pitch at an incorrect 
distance, 1-4-3 



SITUATION #13: Can the pitcher, who starts with her non-pivot foot on the 

pitchers plate, move it behind the pitcher's plate before she brings her hands 

together'? 

RULING: No Must starl with non-pivot foot behind pitcher's plate or on it before 

delivery begins, 6-1 -1 

SITUAITON #14: Can the pitcher push off from the pitcher's plate and while 

airborne release the ball"? 

RULING: No The non-pivot foot must be on the ground 

SITUATION #15: Cna hoods be worn on sweat shirts, 

RULING: Yes. If one wears hood, they all must. 1-1-5 

SITUAITON #16: Is the ball dead immediately if a batter gets a hit and then 

carelessly throws her bat, even though that players team had received a warning? 

RULING: No. it is a delayed dead ball situation. At the end of playing action, the 

player is ejected. 3-3-2 

SITUAITON #1 7: What is the penalty if a batter deliberately lets a pitch hit her and it 

IS not a strike'? 

RULING: The ball is dead She is awarded a ball. If, by the batter not getting out of 

the way she interfered with the catcher possibly being able to put out a runner. 

interference can be called. The pitch is either a ball or strike. 7-3-4 

SITUATION #18: If a player re-enters on defense, but does not replace the player 

who occupies the same position in the batting order, what happens'? 

RULING: She is ejected and replaced with a legal substitute. If the infraction is 

detected while at bat or after she has batted, the batting out of order rules shall 

apply 3-1-1,7-1-1 

SITUATION #19: On a bunt in front of the plate, the catcher starts to throw, but hits 

the umpire's arm as the umpire indicates the ball is fair. 

RULING: The umpire is considered part of the field in this situation, so the ball 

remains alive and the play stands. 10-2-2-g 

SITUATION #20: On a throw to lielder. the fielder has 10 jump in the air to make the 

catch. As she comes down, her foot lands in front of the base. The runner slides 

into the fielder's foot and is tagged out Legal or not"? 

RULING: Legal 8-3-2 

SITUATION #21: With R1 on third and R2 on second and one out, B1 hits a deep fly 

ball to F8. R1 starts to advance without tagging up. but the third base coach grabs 

her and shoves her back to the base before F8 makes the catch. 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately and the runner is called out, II in the 

judgment of the umpire the defense was prevented from making a second out, the 

umpire can call the involved runner or batter-runner out. If the batter is not called 

out. he slays at first base. 3-2-2 

SITUATION #22: When is the penalty for a carelessly thrown bat invoked? 

RULING: At the end of playing action. The player is not called out, only ejected. 

3-3-1 -a 

SITUATION #23: Can the carelessly thrown bat rule apply to a defensive player? 

RULING: Yes 3-3-2 

SITUATION #24: What happens if the ball slips out of the pitcher's hands during 

the backward swing'? 

RULING: It is not a pitch. The ball remains alive. 6-1-5 

SITUATION #25: If a runner scores, but then returns to touch a base she thought 

she missed and the defense plays on her, or tags her out, is she out or guilty of 

offensive interference for causing confusion'? 

RULING: Once a runner legally scores, she cannot be put out. There is no penalty, 

unless the runner was judged to have intentionally tried to create confusion. 9-1-1 

SITUATION #26: Are beads worn in the hair illegal'? 

RULING: Yes, because they are considered lewelry, 1-1-9 

SITUATION #27: Why is the minimum recommended distance from the back stop 

to home plate 25"? 

RULING: There are primarily two reasons: (1) to allow a baserunner a sporting 

chance to advance on a passed ball: (2) to allow a catcher enough room to catch a 

pop loul fly ball. The recommended distance gives architects a minimum distance 

to consider when building a new field, 1-2-1 

SITUATION #28: Is a bat that is labeled "Little League" legal if it meets the rule 

specifications'? 

RULING: Yes 1-3-5 

SITUATION #29: Is it legal to use only one umpire"? 

RULING: Yes However, when resources are available, the National Federation 

would recommend a minimum of two umpires. 10-1-1 

SITUATION #30: With R1 on third and R2 on first, and no one out, 83 hits a fly ball 

thai F9 drops Both Ri and R2 score Is B3 credited with a sacrifice fly and an RBI"' 

RULING: Yes, if m the judgment of the scorekeeper B3's fly was deep enough for 

R1 to score 9-3-4 





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The use and abuse of other drugs now commands center stage as the foremost problem affecting young people in America 
today, according to community leaders, grantmakers and prevention experts surveyed by Louis Harris and Associates. More than 
90 percent ranked alcohol and drugs ahead of other youth problems including teen pregnancy, crime, suicide, school dropouts, 
unemployment and cigarette smoking. 

The survey, which polled 2,100 community leaders, grantmakers and national prevention experts, was the first of its kind and 
focused on the most promising program strategies for youth, sources of potential funding and on the key elements of a successful 
prevention campaign. 

"Boys Clubs of America, in its role as advocate for youth, especially the 14 million children in America living at or below the 
poverty level, commissioned this survey to gauge the extent of support and leadership for community-based prevention efforts," 
said Jeremiah Milban, president. Boys Clubs of America. "This survey should help to spark a national dialogue among community 
leaders, prevention experts and grantmakers on which works, where the support is and who will join in the fight against substance 
abuse." 

Other findings include: 

• The use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs is widely perceived as a major contributing factor to other youth problems 
including crime, suicide, pregnancy, auto accidents, youth employment, dropping out of school and hospital admissions. 

• Liquor and beer are seen as the principal substances abused by youth, followed by marijuana. 

• Peer pressure from other youth (71 %) and negative parental role models (64%) are seen as major reasons that young people 
turn to drugs and alcohol. Very few see alcohol and drug use as a temporary phase or rite of passage. 

• The family is expected to take the dominant role in dealing with drug and alcohol use and abuse among young people. 
Roughly three-fourths of all groups surveyed give the family dominant responsibility in this area. Equally large numbers give 
the family an abysmally low performance rating in this area. 

• There is a great deal of optimism about prevention since 95 percent of each group surveyed say they believe that alcohol 
and drug use can be reduced by effective programs. Moreover, 84 percent of all those surveyed say they are willing to 
contribute time, talent and money to a first-class campaign. 

• Parental involvement, good information on what works and more severe penalties for drug dealers are considered absolutely 
essential to effective prevention. More than 80 percent surveyed feel that these programs should begin by the age of 1 0. Many 
prevention experts say these programs should begin by age six. 

• Total giving by grantmakers to alcohol and drug related prevention programs could rise substantially if programs include 
parental involvement and good information on what works. 

Source: New Connection Programs. Inc., November 1987. 

Study Reveals Steroid Use Can Lead To Heart Disease 

A six -month study of body builders shows that unsupervised, excessive use of anabolic steroids can lead to heart disease 
and a decrease in the body's ability to fight off illnesses, a research team said recently. 

"We as a society have a tremendous desire to gain a competitive edge, and people are willing to put themselves at 
tremendous risk to achieve it," said Dr. Leonard H. Calabrese, chair physician of clinical immunology at the Cleveland Clinic. 

Calabrese was part of a five-member research team that studied the diet and physical well-being of 35 body builders in the 
first half of 1986. 

Conclusions of their study are now in manuscript form, and parts of it soon may be published in various medical journals, 
the Associated Press reported. 

The subjects were volunteers, all consuming similar, high-calorie diets. Of the 35 participants, 1 8 were voluntarily taking 
high doses of anabolic steroids, a synthetic version of the male hormone testosterone. Body builders and other athletes use 
the steroids to gam weight and strength. 

Calabrese said the drug users in the study obtained the drug on their own and were advised of the potential dangers. 

"We had people who cooperated with the study. It was a situation in which as long as they were going to use steroids 
anyway, we wanted to be able to study the effects," he said. 

Susan M Kleiner, a Case Western Reserve University nutrition researcher, studied the unsupervised diets of the body 
builders and determined that the normal diet involved excessively high fat intake, creating potential for heart disease. 

She said blood tests revealed that the fatty style of nutrition common among the body builders tended to put the drug users 
at greater risk. 

Dangerously high levels of cholesterol were noted in 44 percent of the steroid users, compared with 24 percent of the 
drug-free body builders. 

Calabrese said there has been little reported in medical journals about the effect of anabolic steroids on the body's immune 
system. 

A summary of the study said that blood tests of the steroid users revealed evidence that use of the drug "significantly 
suppresses the immune response, lowering the body's ability to fight infection and, possibly, reducing its ability to provide 
surveillance against the development of malignancy." 

Source: The NCAA News, September 14, 1987, and California Interschotastic Federation State News, December 1987. 



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STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS 
February 27, 1988 — Louisville, Kentucky 

Christian County High School 




103-Chad Lile, 112-David Donley, 119-Robert Schneider, 125-Barry Lancaster, 130-Tom Lee, 
135-Arvel Banks, 140-Corey Wadlington, 145-Alvin Byers, 152-Darren Parker, 160-Keith 
O'Daniel, 171-Mathew Carlson, 189-Cedric Davis, Hwy. -Brent Sisk. 

Individual Weight Class Winners 




103 lb. -Pat Martz, Conner; 112 lb. -Ricky Fowler, Doss; 119 Ib.-Giorgio Haitt, Ft. Campbell; 125 
Ib.-Troy Adams, Fern Creek; 1 30 lb. -Tom Lee, Christian Co.; 1 35 lb. -David Barnes, Simon Kenton; 
140 Ib.-Pat Moody, Ft. Campbell; 145 Ib.-Jerod Trice, Hopkinsville; 152 lb. -Darren Parker, 
Christian Co.; 161 Ib.-Troy Bailey, Hopkinsville; 171 lb. -Tony Bovtrling, Western; 189 lb. -Glen 
Washburn, Fern Creek; Hwy. -Lawrence Woodford, Fern Creek. 



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MARCH, 1988 VOL. L, NO. 8 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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STATE GOLF 
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February 2, 1988 



The State Golf Committee for the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met on Tuesday, February 2, 1 988, at the 
Association office in Lexington. The meeting was called to 
orderby Bill Wise, Executive Assistant at 10:00 A.M. Attending 
the meeting were Lou Brown, Ernie Denham, Marty Donlon, 
Doug Jenkins, Bill Frost and Joan Mazzaro, members of the 
State Committee and Bill Wise, Executive Assistant. 

All information for State and Regional Tournaments was 
reviewed and minor changes were made for the current 
season The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
announced that the Boys' State Tournament would be held at 
Lincoln Trail Country Club, Vine Grove and the Girls' 
Tournament will be at the Elizabethtown County Club, 
Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Date for the Regionals: May 23-25, 
1 988. Date for the State: June 1 -2, 1 988. 

Kathy Gullett, Johnson Central High School was placed on 
the State Golf Committee in place of Tish Carr, Model High 
School. 

There was some discussion concerning moving the Bullitt 
County schools to a Louisville Region to help alleviate 
overcrowding in the Bowling Green Region. Mr. Wise will call 
the schools to see if they would be willing to change. A report 
will be made at a later date. 

The Committee made a recommendation that the Board of 
Control be approached again concerning moving golf from a 
spring sport to a fall sport. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 



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Pictures of participating teams are needed for the 
State events programs and the "Athlete" magazine. 

Plan Ahead - have a formal varsity squad photo 
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George Rogers Clark 

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GIRLS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 



#1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1 Noire Daine Academy (NDA) 155 43 

2 Ehzabethlown (ET) 155 90 

3 Ballard (BAL) 1 58 26 

4 Bowling Green (BG) 1 58 56 

5 Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) 158 99 

6 Beechwood (BEE) 2 00 28 



#2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

1 Judy Welling 12 (MLEj 155 13 

2 Eileen Sampey 12 (SHA] 158 70 

3 Stephanie Livers 8 (ET) 2 00 10 

4 J J Moore 9 (BG) 2 01 36 



#3 - 200 Yard Individual 

1 Dorsey Tierney 12 (SHA) 2 0810 

2 Signe Rasmussen 12 (VMA) 2 15.22 

3 Jena Ramsey 10 (HO) 9 1682 

4 Traci Pomeroy 1 1 (NDA) 2 l 7 77 

5 Shaena Yule9(SHA) 2 24 30 



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je Bendel 9 (BEE) 24.60 

nnon Lynch 10 IGRC) 24 96 

ilher Brooks 12 (TAY) 25 25 

ProHiHIl (HOP) 25 67 

lan Wisenbaker 11 (MOD) 25 72 

e Darnell l(BG) 26 80 



#5 - 1 Meier Diving 

1 Heather Pollard 10 (SHA) 37630 

2 Tara Justice 11 (SK) 366.65 

3 Allyson Heger 12(H0L) 364 35 

4 Kann Kocher19(SHA) 347 70 

5 Noel Pieran 10{LAF) 34020 

6 Whitney Arnette 10 (MI_E) 332 85 

#6- 100 Yard BuHerlly 

1 Dorsey Tierney 12 (SNA) 58 05 

2 Chandra Haislel 12 (BAL) 58 48 

3 Jena Ramsey 10 (HC) 59 13 

4 Dyer Ashley 11 (SAY) 1.0012 

5 Renan Wisenbaker 11 (MOD) 1.00 84 

6 Jennifer Andrews 1 1 (SCT) 1 01 85 

#7-100 Yard Freestyle 

1 Shannon Lynch 10 (GRC) 54 36 

2 Beth Grohmann 12(SHA) 54 52 

3 Stephanie Livers 8 'ET) 54 82 

4 Kim Proftitt 11 (HOP) 5699 

5 Kfm Hogan 7 (PB) 58 46 

6 Tasha Mirilovich 9 (WC) 58 67 

#8 - 500 Yard Freestyle 

1 JudyWeltmg 12(MLE) 50751 

2 Eileen Sampey 12 (SHA) SHOO 

3 Dyer Ashley 1 1 (SAY) 5 1 1 09 

4 TassieSloul lO(SHA) 5 19 51 

5 JJ Moore 9 (BG) 5.23 51 

6 Teresa Jump 9 (NDA) 5,29.74 



#9-100 yard Backstroke 

1 Chandra Haislel 12 (BAL) 

2 Tonya Lyddane 11 (OCH) 

3 Heather Brooks 12 (TAY) 

4 Karen Bresser 9 (NDA) 

5 Ashli Collins 10 (TC) 

6 Jenniler lanke 10(ET) 

#10 - 100 Yard Breastslroke 

1 Belh Grohmann 12 (SHA) 

2 Traci Pomeroy 11 (NDA) 

3 Signe Rasmussen 12 (VMA) 

4 Amy Barrett 12 (SHA) 

5 Aly Boehmer lO(NDA) 

6 Debbie Kreutzkamp 11 (NDA) 

#11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1 Sacred Hear! Academy (SHA) 

2 Beechwood (BEE) 

3 Bowl.ng Green (BG) 

4 Notre Dame Academy (NDA) 

5 Eastern (EST) 

6 Paul Blazer (PB) 



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PAGE FIVE 



1988 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 
University of Kentucky 

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 4 & 5, 1988 





BOYS' 


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5. Daviess County 

6. Hopl<insville 

7. Trinity 

8. Covington Catholic 

9. Madisonville No. Hopkins 

10. Tales Creel< 

11. Campbellsvllle 

12. Lafayette 

13. Eastern 

14. Western Hills 

15. Covington Latin 

16. Paul Blazer 

17. Ovi/ensboro Catholic 

18. Henry Clay 

19. Beechwood 

20. Manual 
20. Model 

22. Conner 

23. Simon Kenton 

24. Henderson County 
24. Sayre 

26. Bourbon County 

27. Atherton 

27. South Hopkins 

29. Kentucky Country Day 

29. Waggener 

31. Dixie Heights 

31. Lexington Catholic 

31. Oneida Baptist 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


32.0 


12.0 


28.0 


16.0 


0.0 


140 


26.0 


22.0 


19.0 


7.0 


2-0 


17.0 


20.0 


3.0 


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0.0 


16.0 


0.0 


0.0 


60 


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184.0 
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BOYS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 



#1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1 Ehzabethlown (ET) 

2 Saint Xavier (STX) 

3. Hopkinsville (HOP) 

4 Trinity (TRN) 

5. Highlands (HGH) 

6 Bowling Green (BG) 



#2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

1 Jay Ecleberry 12 (DC) 

2 Paul Smith 12(CC) 

3 Brian Wilcoxson 12 (STX) 



#3 - 200 Yard Individual 

1 John Godfrey 1 MET) 2 0132 

2 Taylor HaniO (HOP) 2 02 03 

3 Brian Keller 9 (DC) 2:02 08 

4 Carter Gaither 12 (CD 2:03 79 

5 Chris John 10 (STX) 2:04 06 

6 OaveNorthup 11 (STX) 2.05 51 



#4 - 50 Yard Freestyle 

I.Rodger McAlister 11 (EST) 2182 

2 GregSarakatsannis 12(HGH) 2187 

3. Brian Donley 12 (MNH) 22.08 

3. PikeHightower 12(CV) 22.08 

5. John Cyganiewicz 12(ET) 22.75 

6- Mtron Lukjan 12(WH) '. . . . 23 46 



#5 - 1 Meter Diving 

1 Ted Waldeyer 12(TRN) 434.25 

2. ChnsBoehmer 12(CC) 326.80 

3. Keith Hamillon 12(0CH) 32120 

4 Nathan RuH 1 1 (BG) 31 7 60 

5 John Bonar 11 (CON) 291.05 

6 Greg Leaf 10 (TC) 287,55 

^6- 100 Yard Butterfly 

1 Sieve Farnau 12 (HC) 5175 

2. John Cyganiewtcz 12(ET) 53.85 

3. Reid Brown lO(STX) 54 53 

4 Jason Monlgomery 12 (WH) 56.01 

5 DeeWilkinsl2{BG) 56 44 

6. Jefl Armstrong 10 (TC) 56.81 

#7 - 100 Yard Freestyle 

1. Greg Sarakatsannis 12(HGH) 47 88 

2. Jay Ecleberry 12 (DC) 47 89 

3. PikeHightower 12 (CV) 48 78 

4 Brian Donley 12 (MNH) 49 43 

5 Van Stout 11 (STX) 49 67 

6 Jason Brokaw 10 (ET) 51.00 

#8 - 500 Yard Freestyle 

1. Brian Keller 9 (DC) 4 5130 

2 Reid Brown 10 (STX) 4:5595 

3 Dave Northup 1 1 (STX) 4 57 08 

4 Chad Cummins 9 (MAN) 4 58 52 

5. Kevin Pelry 9 (ET) 4.59 53 

6 Jason Gannon 11 (PB) 5 01 21 



#9 - 100 yard Backstroke 

1 Chris John 10 (STX) 54 59 

2 Bill Walters 11 (ET) 54 82 

3 John Godfrey 1 1 (ET) 55 30 

4 Carter Gailher 12 (CL) 56 09 

5, Ryan Carter 11 (LAF) 57 96 

6 Dee Wilkms 12(BG) 58 64 

#10-100 Yard Breaststroke 

1 Rodger McAlisler 11 (EST) 10117 

2 Tom Fischer 12 (HGH) 102.32 

3 Taylor Hart 10 (HOP) 1:02.47 

4 Jeremy McGrew 9 (ET) 103.45 

5 Jason McGrew 11 (ET) 1 04 53 

6. Mark Brooks 10 (SK) 104 77 

#11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1. Saint Xavier (STX) 3 19 82 

2 Highlands (HGH) 3 22.45 

3 Elizabethtown (ET) 3:27 88 

4. Bowling Green (BG) 3:28.10 

5 Daviess Counly (DC) 3.29.88 

6 Madisonville N Hopkins (MNH) 343.67 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1988 



1988 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 



1988 BOYS' GOLF REGIONS 



Caldwell County — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Central City, Christian County, Crittenden 
County, Fort Campbell, Greenville, Henderson County, 
Hickman County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray. Ohio County, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Union County, 
Webster County, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — Allen Central, Apollo, Barren County, 
Bowling Green, Butler County, Caverna, Clinton County, 
Daviess County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, 
Monroe County, Owensboro, Russellville, Warren Central. 
Louisville — Atherton, Assumption, Ballard, Butler, Central, 
Doss, duPont Manual, Eastern, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, 
Iroquois. Kentucky Country Day, Louisville Collegiate, Male, 
Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Sacred Heart, Shawnee. 
Southern, St. Francis, Valley. Waggener. Western. 
Ellzabethtown — Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle 
County. Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, 
Campbellsville, Danville. East Hardin. Ellzabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Green County, Hancock County, Marion County. 
Meade County. Nelson County, North Hardin, Taylor County, 
Washington County, West Hardin. 

Owen County — Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll County, 
Campbell County. Conner. Dayton, Dixie Heights. Eminence. 
Highlands. Holmes. Holy Cross, Oldham County, Owen 
County, Notre Dame, Scott, Silver Grove, Trimble County. Villa 
Madonna. Williamstown. 

Woodford County — Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Harrodsburg, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Mercer County, Scott County, 
Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 
Casey County — Belfry, Casey County, Cawood, Corbin, 
Cumberland, Estill County, Garrard County, George Rogers 
Clark, Harlan. Jenkins. Knox Central. Laurel County. Lee 
County. Lincoln County. McCreary Central. Madison Central. 
Model. Monticello. Pineville. Pulaski County. Russell County, 
Somerset. Wayne County. 

Morehead — Boyd County. Fleming County, Harrison 
County, Hazard, Johnson Central, McDowell, Mason County, 
Maysville, Montgomery County, Nicholas County, Paintsville, 
Paul Blazer. Powell County, Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan 
County. St. Patrick. 




Campbell County — Bellevue, Bishop Brossart. Campbell 
County. Dayton, Fleming County. Grant County. Highlands, 
Lewis County, Mason County, Maysville, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Pendleton County, St. Patrick, Silver Grove, 
Williamstown. 

Frankfort — Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Eminence, 
Frankfort, Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, Harrison 
County, Henry Clay, Henry County. Lafayette. Lexington 
Catholic. Montgomery County. Nicholas County. Oldham 
County, Paris, Sayre, Scott County, Shelby County, Tates 
Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 
WasliJngton County — Adair County, Anderson County, 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County, Burgin. Campbellsville, 
Casey County, Danville, Garrard County, Green County, 
Harrodsburg, Jessamine County, Lincoln County, Marion 
County, Mercer County, Nelson County, Russell County, 
Taylor County, Washington County. 

Somerset — Berea, Bell County, Cawood, Corbin, Cumber- 
land, Estill County, Harlan, Hazard, Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Lee County, McCreary County, Madison Central, 
Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski County, 
Somerset. Wayne County. 

Paintsville — Bath County. Belfry. Betsy Layne. Boyd County, 
East Carter, Fairview. Greenup County. Elkhorn City. Jenkins, 
Johnson Central. Lawrence County. McDowell. Paintsville, 
Paul Blazer, Phelps, Pikeville, Powell County, Prestonsburg, 
Raceland, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark. 
Lake Barkley — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Christian County, Crittenden County, Fort 
Campbell, Fulton, Hickman County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, 
Lyon County, Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Todd County Central, Uni- 
versity Heights. 

Owensboro — Apollo, Breckinridge County, Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson 
County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Meade County, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Providence, 
South Hopkins. Union County. Webster County, West 
Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Butler County, Caverna, Clinton County, East Hardin, 
Edmonson County, Ellzabethtown, Fort Knox, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow. Grayson County. Hart County. LaRue 
County. Monroe County, North Hardin, Russellville, Warren 
East, Warren Central, West Hardin. 

West Jefferson — Beth Haven, Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, 
Butler, Central, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, 
Ninth & O, North Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, Portland 
Christian, Shawnee, Southern, Valley, Western. 
East Jefferson — Atherton, Ballard, Christian Academy, 
duPon Manual, Eastern. Fern Creek. Jeffersontown, 
Kentucky Country Day, Louisville Collegiate, Male. Moore. St 
Francis. St. Xavier. Seneca, Trinity, Waggener. 
Covington — Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic. Covington Latin. Dixie Heights, 
Gallatin County. Holmes. Holy Cross. Lloyd Memorial, Owen 
County, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Trimble County, 
Walton-Verona. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



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DELEGATE ASSEMBLY DATE CHANGED 

The Board of Control has set the date for the 1988 Delegate Assembly as April 
22, 1988 at 11:00 a.m. The date was changed from the originally scheduled date 
of April 15 to accommodate delegates who will be involved with K.E.A. weekend. 

TRAINERS WORKSHOP SET FOR E.K.U. 

Cramer will again sponsor a workshop for athletic trainers at the campus of 
Eastern Kentucky University. The clinic will be held on June 5-8. Prospective 
student delegates may contact Bobby Barton at Eastern or write to Athletic 
Trainer Workshops, Cramer Products, P.O. Box 1001, Gardner, Kansas, 66030. 

NEW TRAINERS MANUAL A VALUABLE AID FOR SCHOOLS 

The Institute for Public and Private Sector Initiatives had produced a special 
booklet to aid high schools, called the "High School Sports Injury Manual". 
This manual is very informative, and according to several experienced trainers, 
it is easy to understand, with simple, easy to follow, instructions. This 
manual is very thorough, and could help each school system in Kentucky. The 
manual sells for $6.95 per copy, and is available by writing directly to the 
publisher at PPSI, 6991 East Camelback, #C-240, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85251. If 
a school or system orders in a large quantity, a package discount is available. 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 



With the implementation of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test). For the remainder of the 1987-88 school year and for 
the 1988-89 school year, the schedule is as follows: 



Test Date 

04/16/88 

06/11/88 

10/22/88 

12/10/88 

02/11/89 

04/15/89 

06/10/89 



Regular Postmark Deadline 

03/18/88 

05/13/88 

09/23/88 

11/11/88 

01/13/89 

03/17/89 

05/12/89 



Late Deadl ine 

04/05/88 

05/31/88 

10/11/88 

11/29/88 

01/31/89 

04/04/89 

05/30/89 



U.K. TO SELL USED EQUIPMENT 

The University of Kentucky will be selling, by sealed bid, football pads, turf 
shoes, tennis nets, football helmets and a basketball leaper. For further 
information or to request a bid form, please contact Autry Bradshaw at the 
University of Kentucky, {606)257-8638. 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1988 is August 19. At its regular 
meeting in January, the Board of Control voted to set the playoff championships 
games for football as the second Friday and Saturday following Thanksgiving 
Day, thereby moving the starting and all subsequent playing dates of the 
football season back one week in accordance to the Limitation of Seasons. The 
Board then voted to waive the starting date limitation for three years allowing 
the schools to begin regular season play on the same dates as was previously 
published until the end of the classification period. Beginning in 1991, the 
first playing date will again be eleven weekends prior to the first round of 
the playoffs. This means that the football playing schools have twelve 
possible playing weeks for the next three seasons, but are still limited to 
eleven contests. 

The first legal date for practice in pads is August 1. Pads is defined as any 
football equipment, including but not limited to, the helmet, shoulder pads, 
hip pads, girdle pads, knee pads, thigh pads and padded uniform pants. Please 
remember to inform the Association office as to open dates and to contact this 
office when you fill an open date. At this time, we have the following open 
dates -- 



Week 1 (August 19) - Calloway County, contact James Jury 
(502)753-8141. Montgomery County, contact Chili Ishmael or Lowell King 
(606)498-4964. Wayne County, contact (606)348-5575. Oldham County, 
contact Tom Peterson (502)222-9461. Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose 
(606)549-2102. 

Week 2 (August 26) - Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn 

(502)695-4155. Knott County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb 

(606)785-3166. Middlesboro, contact Wayne Wilson (606)248-2490. 
Western Hills, contact Al Wink (502)875-2900. 

Week 3 (September 2) - Boyd County, contact "Jeep" Clark, A.D., 
(606)928-6473. Brentwood Academy, Brentwood, TN, contact Coach Carlton 
Flatt (615)373-0611. Calloway County, contact James Jury (502)753-8141. 
Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155. Knott County 
Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. M.C. Napier, contact 
Bill Dixon, (605)439-1519 (W) or (606)439-1519. 

Week 4 (September 9) - Austin East (Knoxville), contact coach Richard 
Glasper (615)544-3792. Knott County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb 
(606)785-3166. Lincoln County, contact Coach Larry Phillips. 
Montgomery County, contact Chili Ishmael or Lowell King (606)498-4964. 

Week 5 (September 16) - Belfry, contact Philip Heywood (606)353-7239. 
Garrard County, contact Marshall Norton. Harrison County, contact 
Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 4382. Murray, contact Cary Miller, A.D. 
(502)753-5202. 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (continued) 

Week 6 (September 23) - Austin East (Knoxville), contact coach Richard 
Glasper (615)544-3792. Bowling Green, contact Don Webb (502)842-1574. 
Dixie Heights, contact Don Afterkirk. Lincoln County, contact Coach 
Larry Phillips. Notre Dame (Portsmouth ,Ohio) is looking for a Class A 
size opponent, contact coach Randy Martin (614)353-4255. 

Week 7 (September 30) - Franklin County, contact Gary Dearborn 
(502)695-4155. Harrison County, contact Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 
4382. Knott County Central, contact Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. 



Week 8 (October 7) 
(502)222-9461. Union 
(502)389-1454. 



Oldham County, contact Tom Peterson 
County, contact Coach Charlie Bob Paris 



Week 9 (October 14) - Anderson County, contact Sam Harp (502)839-9494. 
Wayne County, contact (606)348-5575. Williamsburg, contact Bob Rose 
(606)549-2102. 



Week 10 (October 21) 
(502)845-5427. 

Week 11 (October 28) 
(513)422-7432. 

Week 12 (November 4th) 
(506)248-2490. Murray 



Eminence, contact Steve 



Frommeyer 



Middletown (OH), contact Jim Place 



Middlesboro, contact Wayne Wilson 



contact Cary Miller, A.D. (502)753-5202. 
IMPORTANT DATES FOR SPRING 1988 SPORTS 



The following are the starting dates for 
events, along with the first day of practice. 



the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored spring 



Sport 


First 


First 




Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 




Games 


Finals 




Allowed 


(Tentat- 


ive) 






Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 




4-15 


May 28 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 




35 


May 28 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 




20 


June 1/2 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 




4-20 


June 2/4 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 




35 


June 4 


These dates 


are as printed on 


the 1987 


-88 


Memorand 


um Calend. 



exception of the state wrestling meet which was changed by a decision of the 
Board of Control at its July, 1987 meeting. 



SANCTIONS FOR CONTESTS INVOLVING OUT OF STATE TEAMS 

Many questions arise when a member school attempts to schedule a game 
against a team from another state. Remember that the contest must go 
through the proper administrative channels to be considered a legal 
contest. The following can serve as a simple guide to athletic directors 
and principals -- 

If a game involves only one Kentucky school and one out of state 
school, and the other state adjoins Kentucky, no state Association 
or National Federation sanction is necessary; 

If a meet or tournament involves one or more teams from outside the 
host state, and the invited teams are from adjoining state(s), 
National Federation sanction is not necessary. However the event 
must be sanctioned by the state Associations involved. It is the 
responsibility of the principal of the host school to initiate the 
sanction procedure; 

In all other cases, both state Association and National Federation 
sanction is required. If you are the host school, contact the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association to obtain the sanction 
forms and begin the sanction process. The sanction process must be 
completed thirty (30) days prior to the event. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO CLIFF HAGAN 

Congratulations to University of Kentucky Director of Athletics and former 
Owensboro Senior High School Standout Cliff Hagan on his induction into the 
National High School Sports Hall of Fame in Kansas City. Hagan was 
nominated by the K.H.S.A.A. and is one on 15 individuals selected for 
induction in 1988. 

The induction ceremony will take place Friday, July 8 at the Hyatt Regency 
in Kansas City. Hagan is the first person from Kentucky accepted into the 
six year old Hall of Fame. 

"THE BLEACHER COACH" 

A bleacher coach One time was I, Making Decisions to win games by 
Second guessing and who get the ball, I made no mistakes; I knew it all! 

How to press and when to sub; "Where's the trap", and "Bench that scrub!" 
"The coach is wrong, why stall and delay?". Shoot the ball, there's a game 
to play 

Then one season A coach was I, Making decisions to win games by. 

And with each game or a team to beat. Came those bleacher words to eat! 

Rick Wells, Varsity Coach, Tacoma Baptist High School, Washington 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1988 



PAGE SEVEN 



1988 REGIONAL GOLF MANAGERS 



BOYS' MANAGERS 
Lake Barkley — Buddy Perry, Trigg County High School, 
Highway 68 East, Box 501A, Cadiz, Kentucky 42211, 
502-522-6072. 
Owensboro — Ron Peyton, Owensboro High School, 1800 

Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301, 502-684- 

7221. 

Bowling Green — Danny Spillman, Bowling Green High 
School, 1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green, Kentucky 
42101, 502-842-1674. 

Frankfort — Joe Rogers, Western Hills High School, 100 
Doctors Drive, Frankfort. Kentucky 40601, 502-875-2900. 
Washington County — Bill Frost, Washington County High 
School, Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, Kentucky 40069, 
606-336-3996. 

West Jefferson — Mike Campbell, DeSales High School, 425 
Kenwood Drive, Louisville, Kentucky 40214, 502-361-1231. 

East JeHerson — IVlarty Donlon. St Xavier High School, 1 609 

Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217, 502-636- 

2525. 

Covington — Jack Demming, Lloyd Memorial High School, 

Box 99, Bartlett Avenue, Erianger, Kentucky 41 01 5, 606-727- 

1535. 

Campbell County — Tom Hummel/Carl Wenderoth, 3057 

Magnolia Court, Edgewood, Kentucky 4101 7, (Hummel) 606- 

623-4161, (Wenderoth) 606-825-6085. 

Somerset — Jeff Littrell, Somerset High School, College 

Street, Somerset Kentucky 42501, 606-678-4721. 

Paintsville — Walter Brugh, Pamtsville High School, P.O. Box 

152, Paintsville, Kentucky 41240, 606-789-3881. 

STATE TOURNAMENT MANAGER — John Hackett, 830 

McCullum Avenue, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701 , 502-765- 

4240. 

COORDINATOR — Ernie Denham, 3717 Taylorsville Road, 

#109 Louisville, Kentucky 40220, 502-452-1584, 



GIRLS' IVIANAGERS 
Caldwell County — Al Giordana, Caldwell County High 
School, Box 350, Princeton, Kentucky 42445, 502-365-3531 . 
Bowling Green — John Strode, Bowling Green High School, 
1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101, 
502-842-1674. 

Louisville — Raymond Kuhn, Ballard High School, 6000 

Brownsboro Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40222, 502-895- 

0567. 

Elizabethtown — Pat Wise, Elizabethtown High School, 620 

North Mulberry Street, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701, 

502-769-3381. 

Woodford County — Lou Brown, Jessamine County High 

School, Route 4, Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356, 606-887- 

2421. 

Owen County — Gran Mefford, Owen County High School, 
Route 4, Owenton, Kentucky 40359, 502-484-5509. 
Casey County — Jim Ellison, Casey County High School, 
Route 4, Liberty, Kentucky 42539, 606-787-6151. 
Morehead, Dr. Ron Waike, Rowan County High School, 
Route 5, Morehead, Kentucky 40351, 606-784-7721. 
STATE MANAGER — Lou Brown, Jessamine County High 
School, Route 4, Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356, 606-887- 
2421 (School), 606-385-3952 (Home). 




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1988 TENNIS INFORMATION 



BOYS' REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 
Murray — (Larry J. Heflin,8145HouserRoad, Boaz, Kentucky 
43037, 502-554-1820/554-5852) — Ballard Memorial, 
Caldwell County, Calloway County, Christian County, Fort 
Campbell, Graves County, Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, 
Lyon County, Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Providence, Reidland, St. Mary, University Heights, 
West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — (Todd Metcalf, Bowling Green High 
School, 1801 Rockingham Lane. Bowling Green, Kentucky 
42101, 502-842-1674/502-781-5774) — Allen County, 
Barren County, Bowling Green, Butler County, Caverna, 
Cumberland County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Hart 
County, Logan County, Metcalf County, Monroe County, 
Muhlenberg Central, Russellville, St Romuald. Warren 
Central, Warren East. 

Henderson County — (Howard Crittenden, Henderson 
County High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson, Kentucky 
42420, 502-827-2506) — Apollo, Bremen, Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson 
County, McLean County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, 
Trinity (Whitesville), Union County, Webster County. 



Elizabethtown — (David Rogers, Morningside Elementary 
School, Morningside Drive, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701, 
502-769-3359/502-737-4658) — Adair County, Bardstown, 
Bethlehem, Breckinridge County, Bullitt East, Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Grayson County, Green County, LaRue County, Marion 
County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt, North 
Hardin, Spencer County, Taylor County, Washington County. 
East Jefferson — (John Filar, Kentucky Country Day High 
School, 4100 Springdate Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40241, 
502-423-0440) — Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jefferson- 
town, Kentucky Country Day, Oldham County, Seneca, 
Trinity, Waggener, Walden. 

Central Jefferson — (Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier High School, 
1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217, 502- 
637-4712/502-459-6586) — Atherton, Central, Christian 
Academy, DeSales, duPont Manual, Evangel, Louisville 
Collegiate, Male, Moore, Ninth & O, Portland Christian, St. 
Francis, St. Xavier, Shawnee. 

West Jefferson — (Kevin Salyer, Doss High School, 7601 St. 
Andrews Church Road, Louisville, Kentucky 4021 4, 502-454- 
8754/239-6793) — Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, 
Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Southwest 
Christian, Valley, Western. 



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Lexington — (Bill Goodan. Henry Clay High School, 2100 
Fontaine Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40502, 606-269-3376) 
— Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Sayre, Shelby County, Tales Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodford County. 

Richmond — (Jerry Johns, Box 308, Somerset, Kentucky 
40251, 606-678-5610/679-8501) — Barbourville, Berea, Bell 
County, Boyle County, Corbin, Cumberland, Danville, Estill 
County, Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, Harlan, 
Harrodsburg, June Buchanan, Knox Central, Laurel County, 
Leslie County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Mercer 
County, Middlesboro, Model, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski 
County, Rockcastle County, Russell County, St. Camillus, 
Somerset. 

Ashland — (Mary Robinson, Russell High School, Red Devil 
Drive, Russell, Kentucky 41169, 606-836-9658/502-836- 
4330) — Bath County. Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, 
Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, Greenup County, Hazard, Knott 
County, Lawrence County, McDowell. Magoffin County, 
Montgomery County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, 
Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, Wolfe County. 



Fort Thomas — Augusta, Beechwood, Boone County, 
Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, Covington 
Catholic, Covington Latin, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin 
County, Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Central Catholic, St. Henry, 
Scott, Simon Kenton, Trimble County. 
Paris — (Wilson Sears, Bourbon County High School, 3343 
Lexington Road, Paris, Kentucky 40361, 606-987-2550) — 
Bourbon County, Deming, Fleming County, Harrison County, 
Lewis County, Mason County, Maysville, Millersburg Military 
Institute, Nicholas County, Paris, Pendleton County, St. 
Patrick, Scott County. 

STATE MANAGER — Joseph Kroh, St Xavier High School, 
1 609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 4021 7, 502-637- 
4712/502-459-6586. 




GIRLS' REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 

Murray — (Larry J. Heflin,8145 HouserRoad, Boaz, Kentucky 
43037, 502-554-1820/554-5852) — Ballard Memorial, 
Caldwell County, Calloway County, Christian County, Fort 
Campbell, Graves County, Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, 
Lyon County, Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Providence, Reidland, St. Mary, University Heights, 
West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — (Todd Metcalf, Bowling Green High 
School, 1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green, Kentucky 
42101, 502-842-1674/502-781-5774) — Allen County, 
Barren County, Bowling Green, Butler County, Caverna, 
Cumberland County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Hart 
County, Logan County, Metcalf County, Monroe County, 
Muhlenberg Central, Russellville, St. Romuald, Warren 
Central, Warren East. 

Henderson County — (Howard Crittenden, Henderson 
County High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson, Kentucky 
42420, 502-827-2506) — Apollo, Bremen, Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson 
County, McLean County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, 
Trinity (Whitesville), Union County, Webster County. 
Elizabethtown — (David Rogers, Morningside Elementary 
School, Morningside Drive, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701, 
502-769-3359/502-737-4658) — Adair County, Bardstown, 
Bethlehem, Breckinridge County, Bullitt East, Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Grayson County, Green County, LaRue County, Marion 
County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt, North 
Hardin, Spencer County, Taylor County, Washington County. 
East Jefferson — (Bob Roos, Ballard High School, 6000 
Brownsboro Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40222, 502-454- 
8206/502-425-7687) — Assumption, Ballard, Eastern Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Oldham 
County, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Walden. 
Central Jefferson — (Jim Schum, Louisville Collegiate High 
School. Box 4369, 2427 Glenmary Avenue, Louisville, 
Kentucky, 40204, 502-451 -5330) — Atherton, Central, Christian 
Academy, DeSales, duPont Manual, Evangel, Louisville 
Collegiate, Male, Mercy Academy, Moore, Ninth & 0, Portland 
Christian, Presentation, St. Francis, St. Xavier, Shawnee. 



West Jefferson — (Kevin Salyer, Doss High School, 7601 St 
Andrews Church Road, Louisville, Kentucky 4021 4, 502-454- 
8754/239-6793) — Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, 
Holy Rosary, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 
Western. 

Fort Thomas — Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone 
County, Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, Covington 
Catholic, Covington Latin, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin 
County, Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Central Catholic, Notre Dame, 
St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Trimble County, Villa 
Madonna. 

Lexington — (Bill Goodan, Henry Clay High School, 2100 
Fontaine Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40502, 606-269-3376) 
— Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Sayre, Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodford County. 

Richmond — (Jerry Johns, Box 308, Somerset Kentucky 
40251, 606-678-5610/679-8501) — Barbourville, Berea, 
Boyle County, Corbin, Cumberland, Danville, Estill County, 
Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, Harlan, 
Harrodsburg, June Buchanan, Knox Central, Laurel County, 
Leslie County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Mercer 
County, Middlesboro, Model, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski 
County, Rockcastle County, Russell County, St Camillus, 
Somerset. 

Ashland — (Mary Robinson, Russell High School, Red Devil 
Drive, Russell, Kentucky 41169, 606-836-9658/502-836- 
4330) — Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, 
Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, Greenup County, Hazard, Knott 
County, Lawrence County, Leslie County, McDowell, 
Magoffin County, Montgomery County, Paintsville, Paul 
Blazer, Phelps, Prestonsburg, Rowan County, Russell, 
Sheldon Clark, Wolfe County. 

Paris — (Wilson Sears, Bourbon County High School, 3343 
Lexington Road, Paris, Kentucky 40361, 606-987-2550) — 
Bourbon County, Bracken County, Deming, Fleming County, 
Harrison County, Lewis County, Mason County, Maysville, 
Millersburg Military Institute, Nicholas County, Paris, Pendle- 
ton County, St. Patrick, Scott County. 

STATE MANAGER — Becky Watson, 205 North Iris Street 
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240, 502-885-7558/502-887-1150 
(P.M.); 502-887-1250 (A.M.). 



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PAGE NINE 




ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



The State High School Track Meet all classes will be 
held on Saturday, May 28, 1988, at the University of 
Kentucky Sports Center in Lexington. The State 
Manager is John Gettler. 

The regional, sectional, and state meets will be 
scored this year with individual awards being given for 
the first six places and team trophies awarded the 
winning and runner-up teams. 



1988 Track & Field Regional Managers 
(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

1. Forf Campbell High School — Marshall Patterson, Fort 
Campbell High School, Ohio & Falcon Drives, Fort 
Campbell 42223,615/431-5056. 

2. Providence/ Murray State — Willis Simpson, Providence 
High School, 227 Cedar Street, Providence 42450. 502-667- 
7065. 

3. Bellevue — Pep Stidham, Bellevue High School, Center & 
Lafayette, Bellevue 41073, 606-261-2980. 

4. Lexington — Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 
Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601, 502-223-8030. 

5. Kentucky Country Day — Gene Moutoux, Kentucky Country 
Day, 4100 Springdale Road, Louisville 40222, 502-348- 
5913. 

6. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea High School, Ellipse 
Street, Berea 40403, 606-986-4911, 606-986-4375. 

7. Pikeville — Joe Mahan, Pikeville High Scfiool, 11 6 N. Mayo 
Trail, Pikeville 41501, 606-432-0186. 

8. Jenkins — Charles Dixon, Box 417. Jenkins 41537, 
606-832-2184, 606-832-2759 

CLASS AA 

1. Fort Campbell High School — Marshall Patterson, Fort 
Campbell High School, Ohio & Falcon Drives, Fort 
Campbell 42223, 615-431-5056. 

2. Barren County — Terry Reed, Barren County High 
School, Route 6, Glasgow 42141 , 502-651-631 5, 502-651 - 
6552. 

3. Fort Knox — Mike McCoy/Dave Shufelt, Fort Knox High 
School, 7501 Missouri St., Fort Knox 40121, 502-624- 
6647. 

4. Lexington — Jean Wright, #41 Timberlawn Circle. Frank- 
fort 40601 , 50k2-695-2081 . 

5. Bellevue — Pep Stidham, Bellevue High School, Center & 
Lafayette, Bellevue 41073, 606-261-2980. 

6. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea High School, Ellipse 
Street, Berea 40403, 606-986-4911. 

7. Boyd County — Bob Stacey, Boyd County High School, 
12307 Midland Trail, Ashland 41101, 606-928-6473. 

8. Undecided at this time. 



CLASS AAA 

1. Henderson County — Howard Crittenden, Henderson 
County High School, 2425 Zion Road, Henderson 42420, 
502-827-2506. 

2. Bullitt Central — Bill Ranney, Bullitt Central High School, 
P.O. Box 159, Shepherdsville 40165, 502-543-7021. 

3. Bellevue — Pep Stidham, Bellevue High School, Lafayette 
& Center, Bellevue 41073, 606-261-2980. 



4. Male — Jay Levine, Male High School, 911 S. Brook 
Street. Louisville 40203, 502-454-8292. 

5. Iroquois — Mike McDaniel, Iroquois High School, 4515 
Taylor Boulevard, Louisville 40215, 502-454-8269. 

6. Eastern/Trinity — Bro. Charles Cully, Trinity High School, 
4011 Shelbyville Road, Louisville 40207, 502-895-6765. 

7. Lexington — Jean Wright, Timberlawn Circle, #41, 
Frankfort 40601, 502-695-2081. 

8. Berea College — Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High 
School, 511 East University, Somerset 42501, 606-679- 
6931. 



1988 Track & Field Sectional Managers 
(Boys & Girls) 

CLASS A 
Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County High School — Will 

Pagan, Daviess County High School. 4255 New Hartford 

Road, Owensboro 42301, 502-684-5285. 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Lexington/Frankfort — Frank 

Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, 

Frankfort 40601, 502-223- 8030. 
Section 3: Regions 5 & 8, Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea 

High School, Ellipse Street, Berea 40403, 606-986-4911. 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Boyd County High School — Bob 

Stacey, Boyd County High School, 12307 Midland Trail 

Road, Ashland 41101, 606-928-6473. 

CLASS AA 
Section 1: Regions 1 &2, Daviess County High School — Will 

Pagan, Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford 

Road Owensboro 42301, 502-684-5285, 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Fort Knox — Dave Shufelt, Fort Knox 

High School, 7501 Missoun Street, Fort Knox 40121 , 502- 

624-6647. 
Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, Scott — Jerry Mohr, Scott High 

School, 5400 Old Taylor Mill Road, Covington 41015, 

606-441-5287/356-3146. 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Boyd County High School — Bob 

Stacey, Boyd County High School, 12307 Midland Trail 

Road, Ashland 41101, 606-928-6473, 

CLASS AAA 
Section 1: Regions 1 &2, Daviess County High School — Will 

Pagan, Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford 

Road, Owensboro 42301, 502-684-5285. 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Scott High School — Jerry Mohr, 

Scott High School, 5400 Old Taylor Mill Rd., Covington 

41015,606-356-3146. 
Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, St. Xavier High School — Bro. 

Borgia. St, Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar Level Rd,. 

Louisville 4021 7, 502-637-4712/635-5300. 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Lexington /Frankfort — Jean 

Wright, #41 Timberlawn Circle, Frankfort 40601 , 502-695- 

2081. 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1988 




1988 ANNUAL MEETING 

OF THE 
DELEGATE ASSEMBLY 



The Business meeting of the Delegate Assembly of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association will be held on 
Friday, April 22, 1988 at 11:00 a.m. at the K.H.S.A.A. Office 
Building, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution, the following proposals for changes in the rules 
of the Association, to be acted upon at the annual meeting, 
are hereby submitted to all members of the K.H.S.A.A. for their 
information. No proposals other than these may be con- 
sidered at the Annual Meeting, except by a two-thirds vote of 
the delegates. 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal James E. Stevens, Madisonville North Hopkins 
High School and Principal David Points, Montgomery County 
High School proposes that the first paragraph of By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule be changed to read as follows: "Any student 
both foreign and domestic being enrolled in grades 9 through 
12 who changes school shall be ineligible for 36 school 
weeks." (The remainder of By-Law 6 shall remain the same.) 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Peter Flaig, Trinity High School (Louisville) 
proposes to amend By-Law 24, Nos. 1 . (5), 2. (5), 3. (5), 4. (5), 5. 
(5), 6. (5), 7. (5), 8. (5), 9. (5), 10. (5), 11. (5) and 12. (5). "The 
season ends at all levels of play (grades 9-12) at the 
conclusion of the varsity team's last regular season contest.." 
to read as follows: "The season ends at all levels of play 
(grades 9-12) on the Saturday preceding the first K.H.S.A.A. 
Tournament (District, Region, or State). 

PROPOSAL III 

Principal Bill VanWinkle, Owensboro High School pro- 
poses that By-Law 25, Limitation of Seasons, Section 1 
through 12 (Section #5 under each sport) be changed to 
read as follows: "The season ends at all levels of play (grades 
9 through 12) at the conclusion of the varsity team's last 
regular season contest, with the exception that the varsity 
team (or team member) may play through its elimination from 
K.H.S.A.A. state championship competition. There shall be no 
further practice or play until the designated date for start of 
practice in the next academic year. 

RATIONALE: This would eliminate the practice of member 
schools sending their football, basketball, baseball, etc. 
teams to team camps during the summer where they practice 
and play games as a unit. This would also eliminate the need 
for athletes to give up summer jobs and for coaches having to 
coach in the summer with or without pay. The purpose is to 
eliminate the team camp, but in no way would this affect 
individual camps. 

PROPOSAL IV 

Principal Tom Swartz, Pikeville High School proposes that 
the following section be added to By-law 25, Limitation of 
Seasons - Basketball: "Eighth grade females who participate 
in a fall junior high school basketball season may play on the 
high school (grade 9-12) team(s) during the regular season. 

PROPOSAL V 

Principal Ken Cox, Tates Creek High School proposes that 
By-Law 5, Section 1 ., Continual Progress be changed to read 
as follows: "A contestant must have, for the current academic 
school year up to the last mid-term grade report or end of 
semester grade report, a passing average in each of at least 
four full credit high school subjects or their equivalent in units 
of credits accepted for graduation." 



RATIONALE: As a result of the above change student 
athlete's academic progress would be checked only at times 
when teachers had grades averaged and readily available. A 
student athlete's eligibility or in-eligibility would remain in 
effect from one grading period to the next regularly scheduled 
mid-term or end of semester grade report. 



PROPOSAL VI 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 25, 
Limitation of Season be changed to permit season play in all 
spring sports to begin the first Monday of the week following 
the completion of the last basketball tournament beginning 
with the 1 988-89 school year. The present beginning date is 
April 1. 

PROPOSAL VII 

Principal Kay Lancaster, Christian County High School and 
Principal William F. Baker, Boone County High School 
propose that By-Law 25, Limitation of Seasons - Football be 
changed to read as follows: "Organized practice in pads shall 
not begin more than 30 calendar days prior to the Friday of the 
first weekend that member schools may schedule a varsity 
game." 

RATIONALE FOR CHANGE: 

1 . Impossible for coaches to properly prepare a team for 
competition under the present rule. Under the present 
rule, practice in pads would begin August 1 and the 
first game could be scheduled for August 19. Also, 
most coaches would try to work in two scrimmage 
games. 

2. Athletes may be placed in a more dangerous situation 
under the present rule (August 1 beginning date) due to 
the fact coaches will more than likely conduct longer and 
more physically demanding practice sessions due to so 
few days to prepare for first game. Danger of heat 
problems more likely to surface. 

3. If a football team were to practice every day between 
August 1 and August 1 9, they could get in only 1 8 days of 
practice. All other sports are given at least 40 days of 
practice under the present limitation of seasons rules. 
Why shouldn't football be treated more equally? 

4. Under the present rule, coaches will have even less 
time to prepare a team during the 1989 and 1990 
seasons. 



MOVING? 



1 In ttiis space, attach on OLD address label (or. If you don't tiave a 
label, give us your address) 

NAME 



STREET 
APT #_ 
STATE _ 



2 And in this space please print your NEW address. 
NAME 



STREET 
APT #_ 
STATE _ 



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PAGE ELEVEN 



ATTENTION COACHES AND OFFICIALS 



The National Federation 
invites you to attend its 
historic SECOND ANNUAL 
NATIONAL 




NFICA/NFIOA 



CONFERENCE 



JUNE 23-26, 1988 

GALT HOUSE HOTEL 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 



In six short years 131 ,000 coaches and officials 
have joined NFICA and NFIOA. The NFICA/NFIOA 
Boards of Directors decided last year that it was 
time to serve member coaches and officials with 
a NATIONAL CONFERENCE. The first one held 
last June in Kansas City, Missouri, was a great 
beginning. 

The same type of program, with exceptional 
speakers, social and hospitality events, and 
sessions designed to appeal to those involved in 
all sports, has been planned for Louisville this 
year. 

Watch for registration details in your monthly 
issue of the "NATIONAL FEDERATION NEWS" or 
contact l\F Headquarters for information. 




Il^llllli 




THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF 

STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS 

P.O. Box 20626, Kansas City, MO 64195 
816/464-5400 




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® 



1988 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK & FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 



PUBLICATION CORRECTION 
Rule Book 

Page 57 — Rule 9-5-2 — Change "one-inch" to "1 /2-inch" in fourth line. 
SITUATION #1 : There is a three-way tie for third place at 6'4" in a regional meet in 

which (our qualitiers are to be advanced for state final competition. Following the 
tie-breaking procedure, each of the three competitors are allowed one more 
attempt at 6'4" A1 successfully clears the bar and is awarded third place after Bl 
and 01 miss. An additional try at 6'4" is awarded to Bl andCl since the tie must be 
resolved to find the fourth qualifier. 81 is successful and CI misses. The coach of 
Cl appeals on the basis that the second trial should have been at the next lower 
height 

RULING: Unless the terms and conditions of the state meet series specifically 
states "no more than four qualifiers may advance and ties for qualifying places in 
the lumping events will follow the tie-breaking procedures listed m 7-3-17 and 
7-4-25 including items (d) 1", A1, Bl and Cl all would advance, because the 
tie-breaking procedure is specified only to break a tie for first place. 

If the |ump-off is specified, Bl and Cl would be allowed only one trial at 6'4" 
before the bar was lowered following their misses, and the appeal should be 
honored (7-3-17d 1 and 2) 

SITUATION #2: There are two competitors remaining in the girls high jump. A1 
clears the bar at 5'8" on her first attempt, but after leaving the pit. the crossbar falls 
off the standards The judge rules it as a successful trial. 81 clears the bar on her 
third attempt The bar is moved to 5'9" When both A1 and Bl miss all three 
attempts, A2 is awarded first place on the basis of fewer misses The coach of Bl 
protests to the referee that A1 's trial at 5'8" should have been declared a failed trial 
because the bar (ell into the pit When the referee confronts the )udge, the judge 
admits he (elt it was a successful trial as long as A1 had left the pit before the bar 
fell The referee rules it as an unsuccessful trial and declares Bl the winner The 
coach of Team A protests that A 1 should have been granted two additional trials at 
5'8" if her first attempt was in fact ruled a failed trial. The referee rules that her miss 
at 5'8" coupled with the first two misses at 5'9" put her out of the competition. 
RULING: The judge and the referee are both m error. When Al was permitted to 
advance to the succeeding height, her mark at 5'8" must stand. {7-3- 1 6a; S.R. 73. 
16C} 

COMMENT: If the judge confirms that Al did touch the crossbar in her attempt and 
this touching provided the impetus for the bar to eventually become dislodged, it 
should have been ruled as a tailed trail regardless of where she was when the bar 
fell. If the protest had been lodged before the bar had been raised to the next 
height, it should have been honored on the basis of a misapplication of a rule and 
Al given two more attempts at that height. 

SITUATION #3: Team A reports to the clerk of course for the 4 x 100 relay. The 
clerk observes that three members are wearing plain blue shorts, while A4 is 
wearing (a) blue shorts with a wing fool design amid a large letter "P", or (b) plain 
blue shorts with two white stripes on the sides. 

RULING: While some judgment is involved, it would appear that the uniforms are 
not of the same design and A4 would be required to secure a pair of plain blue 

COMMENTS: It is important to understand the rationale behind the rule and that is 
to avoid any confusion on the part of the meet officials in identifying teammates in a 
relay race. Obviously, if the wing foot or even the letter "P" was fairly small or 
almost inconspicuous at a distance, most officials would not rule the shorts as 
illega The same would go for striping if there are some shorts with a quarter-inch 
stripe and others with a half- inch stripe, or some with one stripe and the others two 
stripes, they should be considered of the "same design " 

SITUATION #4: Cross country course is marked with a directional line with few, if 
any, directional flag markings to indicate turns. The question arises as to how 
close a runner must run to the line marked on the ground to designate the race 

RULING: All turns should be designated with either a red or yellow flag and all 
runners must run to the outside of such marking. In the absence ol a directional 

flag at a turn, the runners must consider the ground marking the same as a lane 
line and while running around a curve or negotiating a turn, may not take more 
than two consecutive steps inside the course marking. (9-1, 5-10-1) 
SITUATION #5: In the 4 x 400 meter relay, out-going runner A2 is positioned inside 
the exchange zone with his hand extending outside ol the exchange zone as Al 
approaches, or has one toot on the track inside the outgoing end of the exchange 
zonewhiletheotherfootisinlheairoff the track with his receiving hand inside the 
exchange zone 

RULING: The position of the feet at the moment the baton is exchanged, i.e., on the 
track, off the track, inside or outside the exchange zone, is immaterial The 
determining factor in a legal exchange is "the position of the baton." When the 
baton IS passed (exchanged), the baton must be within the 20 meter exchange 
zone Thus, the out-going runner could have both feet on the track beyond the 
exchange zone, as long as the had that receives the baton from the in-coming 
runner is within the vertical plane of the limits of the exchange zone when the pass 
is completed. (5-9-6:5-9-7) 



SITUATION #6: In a district, regional or sectional track meet, which is a qualifying 

meetforthe state final meet. Al is disqualified in the long jump for unsportsmanlike 
conduct. Prior to this disqualification, Al placed second in the 400 meter dash and 
qualified for advacement to the state final meet. 

RULING: In the absence of any special terms and conditions of the state meet 
series established by the state high school association, Al would be eligible to 
compete in the 400-meter dash, an event Al qualified for prior to the 
disqualification in the long jump, but would not be eligible to compete in the long 
jump at the state final meet, even if he or she did have a mark prior to the 
disqualification that would have qualified him or her. 

COMMENT: The track and field rules are not written to include advancement 
procedures from qualifying meets to the state final, and therefore, state 
associations are free to adopt their own policies or "terms and conditions" of 
competition that address such things as advancement, participation limitations, 
scratches, relay entries, etc. 

The above ruling is based on the penalty for Rule 4-5-1 , i.e., disqualification from 
further participation in the meet. The rule book does not consider a qualifying 
meet held at one site on one particular date to be the same meet (or competition) as 
a subsequent meet that my be pari of a senes of one or more meets leading to a 
state final. 

SITUATION #7: Al is entered in three individual events and two relays. After 
competing in the preliminary trials of three individual events. Al participates in two 
relay events. When meet management discovers that the 4 x 400 meter relay is. in 
fact. Al 's fifth event, they disqualify Team A from that relay. 
RULING: Al has violated the participation limitations and must forfeit any places 
or points earned m individual events, and both the relay teams that Al was a 
member of shall be disqualified. (4-2-1, 4-2-2) 

COMMENT: The fact that the individual events and /or the relays were preliminary 
heats, does not effect the situation nor the penalty. Situation-rulings 4.2.1A and 
4.2.2B clearly indicate that a competitor has "participated" in an event when they, 
or a relay team of which they are a member, report to the clerk of course or the 
judge of a field event m which they are entered. 

SITUATION #8: The 4 x 200 meter relay is run m two sections and timed by 
hand- held digital watches that record times in 1 /100th of a second. Team A wins 
the first heat in 1:36.02 and Team B wins the second heat in 1:36.03. I^eet 
management decides (a) to declare Team A the winners, or (b) to round off the 
times to the next slower tenth (1 36 1) and declare Team A and B tied for first, but 
give Team A the first place trophy based on the faster time recorded in hundredths 
of a second. 

RULING: Illegal m (a). In (b), meet management has followed the correct procedure 
in rounding up both times to the next lenth of a second and declaring a tie for first 
place According to rule, both times are considered identicia but the method of 
determining which team gets the first or second place awards (i.e., give identical 
awards, flip a com to determine which team will get the first and which team the 
second place awards, or award the higher place award to the team that has the 
faster time as recorded on a hand-held, digital watch measuring in one- 
hundredths of a second), is up to meet management. 

COMMENT: The rationale behind Rule 3-8-5 is quite valid. It must be 
acknowledged that the reaction time betw/een timers, and even the same timers in 
two different races could not be as close as one-hundreth of a second. There may 
be situations where it is expedient to run some races in sections against time, but 
often you have to pay a price (or placing runners according to time versus 
head-to-head competition, and the above situation is a good example. 
SITUATION #9: At a championship meet, it is determined there will be a starter and 
two assistant starters on each race Prior to the meet, the three officials agree on 
the following procedure. If a false start is detected in any race, the three starters 
will confer; and if two of the three agree a false start was committed, then the 
competitor will be disqualified. If only one has seen a false start, then there will be 
no disqualification 

RULING: There is no rule support for such an agreement. Just as a "rose is a rose, 
is a rose, is a rose," a false start is a false start, etc.. no matter whether one official 
sees It, or three officials see it. (5-7-4) 

COMMENT: II is quite common for some assistant starters, especially when there 
IS more than one, to focus on some runners (or lanes) while other runners or lanes 
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The K.H.S.A.A. 

Salutes the 

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Academic Showcase 




The third annual Sweet 16 Academic Showcase, was held in Lexington, Kentucky during the week of the Girls' 
Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament. Three hundred and fifty students from 95 high schools competed in final 
competitions on the Transylvania University campus Wednesday, March 23 through Friday, fvlarch 25 1 988. A total 
of $78,100 in scholarships and prizes was awarded. 

Results of the 1 2 competitions are as follows: 

MATH 

First — Ballard High School, Louisville. Stuarl Schram, Mark Roseberry, Brett Hawkins and John Polhill. 
Second — Lafayette High School, Lexington. Julia Tyra, Daniel Calhoun, Andrew Joseph and Brian Reed. 
Third — Daviess County High School. John K. Wells, James J Mackey. Michael S. Wells and Rob D Evans 

lUIUSIC (Vocal) 

First — Amanda Sims. Calloway County High School 

Second — Emily D Cooper. Harrison County High School. 

Ttiird — Corey L, McCathern, Youth Performing Arts School, Louisville. 

IVIUSIC (Instrumental) 

First — Eileen Shin. Henry Clay High School, Lexington. 
Second — Alice Huange, Ballard High School, Louisville. 
Third — Mark Trivette. Tates Creek High School, Lexington. 

JOURNALISM (Feature Writing) 
First — Alison Clark. Atherton High School, Louisville 
Second — Susan Arnold. Danville High School 
Third — Kristie Helms. Marshall County High School 

ENGLISH (Creative Writing) 
First — Julie Fischer. Somerset High School. 
Second — Corey Andrews. Russell High School 
Third — Andrea Ladzun. Oldham County High School 

ENGLISH (Essay Writing) 

First — Christy Burnette. Covington Holmes High School. 
Second — Jennifer Glahn. Warren Central High School. 
Third — Anne Martin. Ballard High School, Louisville. 

QUICK RECALL 

First — Paul Blazer High School, Ashland, Greg Griffith, Douglas Wilson, Kenny Hensley and William Tanner. 
Second — Lafayette High School, Lexington, Brian Reed, Andrew Joseph, Greg Koerner and Eric Brooks. 
Third — Pulaski County High School, Danny Hyden. David Norfleet, Stephen Renner and Paul Kearney. 

SPEECH 

First — Karen Woodward. Caldwell County High School 
Second — Marissa Smith. Grayson County High School. 
Third — Josh Boyd. Highlands High School. Fort Thomas. 

COMPUTER 

First — Rowan County High School, Matt Cutts, Paul Brewer, Neil Lafferty and David Fiel 

Second — Model Laboratory School, Richmond, Thomas Hayes, Joshua Meckler, Sebastian Odong-Wodolam and Andrew Teague. 

Third — Bowling Green High School. Mark Bitterling. Will Constable, Stephen Dillingham and Alex Duncan. 

ADVERTISING-PROMOTION 

First — East Hardin High School. Laura Gibson and Shawn Wilkie. 
Second — Raceland High School, Amy Conley and Christopher Porter. 
Third — Rowan County High School, Paige Daniel and Diedre Glasser. 

ART 3-D 

First — Lonnie Baily, Williamsburg High School 

Second — Vince S. Murray, Anderson County High School. 

Third — James E Hardy. Shawnee High School. Louisville 

ART 2-D 

First — Kim Wathen. Holy Cross High School, Louisville. 
Second — Gregory King, Manuel High School, Louisville. 
Third — Marty Wirth, Ludlow High School. 

All academicians were recognized at center court in the Farnham Dudgeon Civic Center during the basketball 
tournament. This event has proven that in Kentucky, education and athletics compliment and benefit each other. 



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Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. L, NO. 9 



APRIL, 1988 



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MINUTES 

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BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Capital Plaza Tower, State Board of 
Education Board Room, Frankfort, Kentucky on Friday, 
tvlarch 25, 1 988. The meeting was called to order at 8:30 a.m. 
by President Frank Welch with all the Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. 
DeVries and Louis Stout and Sports Information Director 
Julian Tackett present. Mr. Harry Loy was present repre- 
senting the State Department of Education. Mr. Sam Chandler 
gave the invocation. 

Following Commissioner Mills' report to the Board on the 
status of the eligibility hearings previously appealed to the 
State Board of Education President Welch called on Mrs. 
Deborah Bowling, who represented her son Stan, a student at 
DeSales High School. Mrs. Bowling requested that her son be 
allowed another year of athletic eligibility. Following her 
presentation and questions to her by the Board members, 
Charlie Wilson made a motion that the Commissioner's ruling 
be upheld in this case and Stan Bowling not be given another 
year of athletic eligibility Sam Chandler seconded the motion. 
The motion carried unanimously 

The second appeal was requested by Mr, Alden Vance on 
behalf of his son, Wesley. Wesley had transferred from 
Russell High School to Raceland High School and had 
participated in football at the former school. The Com- 
missioner had ruled Wesley ineligible to participate in 
athletics for thirty-six school weeks. Following Mr. Vance's 
presentation and questions to him, Mrs. Vance and Wesley 
and a discussion thereof. Grant Talbott moved, seconded by 
Charlie Miller, that By-Law 6, Transfer Rule be waived in this 
case. 

Ken Tippett moved, seconded by Sam Chandler, that the 
Board go into Executive Session to discuss legal matters. The 
motion carried unanimously. Ken Tippett made a motion 
seconded by Bill Case that the Board return to Open Session. 
The motion carried unanimously. No action was taken 

Tom Buchanan made a motion that the minutes of the 
January 22-23, 1 988, meeting of the Board be approved. The 
motion was seconded by Charlie Wilson and passed 
unanimously. 

Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by Tony dinger, that the 
East Eligibility Meeting minutes be approved. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by Charles Miller, that all 
bills of the Association for the period beginning January land 
ending February 29, 1988, be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced the results of the recent 
election for new Board of Control members. 

Section 7 (Regions 13 & 14): 

Pearl Ray Lefevers. Bell County High School - 26 votes 
Clayton Taylor, Lynn Camp High School - 10 votes 

Section 8 (Regions 15 & 16): 

Marvin Moore, Rowan County High School - 30 votes 

Sections 1-4 (Regions 1-8): 

Charles Henry, Paducah Tilghman High School - 61 votes 
George Carson, Moore High School - 33 votes 
Homer Gray, Breckinridge County Schools - 28 votes 
Bill Price, Union County High School - 12 votes 

Alexandra Allen, Ballard High School - 64 votes 
Mary Helen Castle, Clinton County Schools - 10 votes 
Ann Evans, Hancock County High School - 35 votes 



Phyllis Everly, Muhlenberg County Schools - 9 votes 
Martha Wooton, Providence Independent Schools - 
1 7 votes 

Sections 5-8 (Regions 9-16): 

Elizabeth Trabandt, Russell High School - 27 votes 
Phyllis Catlett, Tates Creek High School - 14 votes 
JoAnne Gregory, Clay County High School - 17 votes 
Kathy Johnson, Bourbon County High School - 25 votes 
Betty Fern Patton, Knott County Central High School - 

22 votes 
Patti Hester Price, Robertson County Schools - 20 votes 

Commissioner Mills reported that $401,084.00 in ticket 
sales had been received through this date for the Boys' State 
Basketball Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls' 
State Basketball Tournament had netted approximately 
$22,683- -this figure being ahead of last year's receipts at this 
time. 

Commissioner Mills discussed with the Board a request 
from Bath County to move to District 61 thereby creating a 
four-team district. He stated that all three-team districts 
should be eliminated within the next two or three years. A 
copy of Bath County's request and the regional alignment will 
be sent to all schools in the 16th Region. 

Commissioner Mills then presented the Proposals that will 
be submitted to the Delegate Assembly 

Grant Talbott made a motion that the following proposal be 
submitted to the Delegate Assembly: The K.H.S.A.A. Board of 
Control proposes that schools playing football be given 
twelve weeks to play eleven games through the remainder of 
the current classification period Huston DeHaven seconded 
the motion which carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the Lifetime Catastrophic 
Insurance Medical Plan provided for all student athletes, 
cheerleaders, etc., Tom Buchanan made a motion, seconded 
by Sam Chandler that the Board accept the Commissioner's 
recommendation to pay the amount due to keep the 
deductible at $3,500.00. The motion carried unanimously. 

A lengthy discussion ensued regarding insurance 
coverage for cheerleaders during the summer and par- 
ticipating in camps not sponsored by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, 

Commissioner Mills distributed material for the National 
Federation Annual Meeting to be held in Kansas City from 
July 5 through July 9, 1988. Following a discussion regarding 
Board members attending the summer meeting, it was 
recommended that the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control continue 
this practice and that all members be encouraged to attend 
the Annual Meeting. 

Following a discussion of the All-Academic Teams for 
winter sports. Ken Tippett made a motion that the individual's 
cumulative GPA continue to be used. Grant Talbott seconded 
the motion which carried unanimously 

Commissioner Mills reported that four scholarships will be 
given this year at the Boys' and Girls' State Basketball 
Tournaments. The funds for these scholarships are to be 
provided by Dawahare's and the Frankfort Host Committee, 

Following discussions by the Board members of various 
topics and concerns, Sam Chandler made a motion that the 
meeting be adjourned until the next meeting which is 
scheduled for 1:00 p.m., Thursday, April 21. Charlie Miller 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1988 



APRIL, 1988 VOL L, NO. 9 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
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Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington. Kentucky 

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Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Directors - William 
Case (1987-1991) Pans, Sam Chandler (1986-1990) 
Shelbyville, Huston DeHaven (1987-1991) Hardinsburg, 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Tony dinger (1984- 
1 989) Lexington, Grant Talbott (1 984-1 988) Ow^ensboro, Ken 
Tippett (1985-1989) Versailles, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
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The following Softball officials have qualified for the rating 
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Alexander, Carlton 
Amis, John Paul 

Ash, Mikie L. 

Azzara, Michael J 

Baldwin, Denny 

Ballard, Herbert 

Beavers, Daniel F 

Brown, Phyllis Pence 

Burkeen, Phil 

Caudill, Billy James 

Combs, Harold 

Ellis. Timothy 

Farmer, Jim 

Flynn, Reynolds 

Hall, Donald W 

Hatfield, C. Allen 

Heck, Carl 
Howell. Terry M 
Hughes, Roy S 



Ash. James K, 

Baker, Darrell Wayne 

Bush, Jerry R. 

Crittenden, Fred M 

Crittenden, Glenn 

Durbin, Morris 

Hayes, James V. 

Howard. Linda 



Hutton, Thomas 

Ingram, Willie H. 

Jones, Denver "Smokey" 

Lobb, Barry 

Mann, Thomas E 

Mathews, Arthur 

McDaniel, Michael A 

Mcintosh, Susan G. 

Mullins, Harold D, 

Newell, John 

Phelps, Joseph 

Rinehart, Donald 

Russell. Gary 

Simpson. Earsie L 

Taylor, Sr,, Donald D 

Truitt, Benjamin 

Webb, Douglas 

Welch, Robert 

Windham. Julia M. 



Hume, Carlos M. 

King. James A. 

Robbins. Michael 

Smart, John S. 

Smith, John D. 

Stuedle. Sr., Raymond J. 

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The following Baseball officials have qualified for the 
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National Federation Examination: 



Adams, Benny 

Allen, Christopher T. 

Allen, Jonathan Paul 

Andress, Bill 

Barker, Bradley 

Bivens, Sam 

Blair, Manis 

Blane, John W. 

Campbell, Dexter L. 

Chance, Harold J. 

Clark, Steve 

Collier, M. Doug 

Collins, Lester (Rip) 

Combs, Ira D. 

Davis, Ronnie L 

Duncan, Jeff 

Dunn, Harry Allen 

Eversole, Gary W 

Fogelman, Michael 

Gant, Kenneth M. 

Gibbons, Mike 

Harlan, Bobb 

Hilton, Billy 



Bearden, Fletcher L 

Collins, Fred D. 

Easterling, Hager 

Edwards, Ken D. 

Herbstreith, Terry L, 

Hilliard, W. Gerard 



Horn, Greg 

Hutton, Thomas 

Johnson, Ric 

Kepperling, Jay 

McDaniel, Michael A. 

McGaha, Darryl L. 

Mitchner, Kent D. 

Mullins, Harold D. 

Patrick, Boyd K. 

Pettaway, LeBaron D. 

Pratt, John L. 

Puckett, Robert O. 

Sanford, David 
Smith, Richard M. 
Staples, Brian K. 
Stevens, Terry 
Thielmeier, Kenneth A. 
Tolliver, Jerry L. 

Travis, Vic 

Webb, Douglas 

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BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL 
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First Row: (L-R) Terry Howard, Charles McDuffie, Mark Bell, Matt Baxter, Kennetli Martin, Eric McDuffie, Kevin 
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Mark Bell Ballard 

Scott Boley LaRue County 

Russell Chadwell Clay County 

Mitch Cothran Marshall County 

Richie Farmer Clay County 

Russ Farmer Clay County 

Garry Hill Henry Clay 

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J Michael Carter- Mayfieid 
Rick Chasteen-Cynthiana 
Randall Curry-Horse Cave 
Jay W Davis-Princeton 



Dwighl F, Gordon-Danville 
Dennis Jackson-Paducah 
Burney Jenkins-Georgetovi/i 
Ernie LIggett-Middletown 
Marvin Moore-Morehead 
Ronald Monks-Louisvllle 



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SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. GIRLS BASKETBALL CHAMPION — 1988 




Seated: Coach Kim Bynum, Melissa Burden, Mgr. Mary Beth Lewis, Michelle Burden, Julie Hoffman. Standing: 
Trainer David Krebs, Kim Andres, Head Coach Bill Brown, Stephanie Grant, Coach Russ Thompson, Mioshi 
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Missy Carter Ohio County 

Cindy Collins Southern 

Amy Davis Boone County 

Monek Dean Manual 

Liz Godman Oldham County 

Stephanie Gossum Marshall County 

Tern Harned Oldham County 

Lisa Harrison Southern 

Kim Jones Clay County 

Jill Nickerson Boone County 

Tammy Walker Henry Clay 



GIRLS STATE 
TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 

Jan Baker- Middletown Samuel Higdon-Fancy Farm 

Ken Catron-Winchester Lois Holmes-Georgetown 

Jacl^ie Ray Cupp-London Danny Percell-Elizabettitown 

Wayne Divine-Central City Tom Ttiompson-Fort Mitctiell 

Gary Gaddie-Buffalo Ptiillip A. Tucker-East Point 

Dan Hatfield-Hiseville Keitti Walker-Harrodsburg 



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PAGE FIVE 



CLAY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS RUNNER-UP 




Front Row: (L-R) Wes Garrison, Daniel Alvis, Robert Nicholson, David Blair, Lloyd Collins, Todd Sasser. Back 
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Gilbert. 



OLDHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS RUNNER-UP 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1 988 



1988 Kentucky State High School Boys' Basketball Tournament Results 

at Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky 

March 16-19, 1988 



COV HOLMES 


75 


COV. HOLMES 








72 


90 






BUCKHORN 


BALLARD 


101 


BALLARD 






73 


66 




LOU BALLARD 




59 






55 




LAUREL CO 


APOLLO 










73 




BALLARD 88 




APOLLO 








62 (OT) 


69 






MADISONVILLE 


WARREN EAST 


57 (OT) 


APOLLO 






49 




OLDHAM CO 








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58 






WARREN EAST 


CLAY CO 










52 






ROWAN CO. 






83 


91 






CLAY CO 


LaRUE CO 


54 


CLAY CO 






69 


92 






LaRUE CO 




90 


CLAY CO 79 






62 




MAYSVILLE 


HENRY CLAY 










65 






PHELPS 








94 


70 






HENRY CLAY 


PRP 


77 


PRP 






67 




MARSHALL CO 










70 




PRP 











1988 Kentucky State High School Girls' Basketball Tournament Results 

at Farnham Dudgeon Civic Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

March 23-26, 1988 



FLEMING NEON 



HENRY CLAY 



PULASKI CO 



HENDERSON CO 



MARSHALL CO 



HENRY CLAY 



■2-6 



OLDHAM CO 


48 


OLDHAM CO 








46 


56 






WARREN CENTRAL 


CLAY CO. 


4S 


OLDHAM CO 






65 


53 


CLAY CO 




38 




46 


PHELPS 


BOONE CO 






BOONE CO 


50 






45 


49 




EAST HARDIN 


CLARK CO 


46 


BOONE CO. 




56 


CLARK CO 








47 




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Students entering NCAA Division I institutions as freshmen in the fall of 1988 
must meet the following requirements to be eligible to participate and to 
receive athletically related financial aid -- 1) Present a 2.00 grade point 
average (based on a 4.00 scale) in a successfully completed core curriculum of 
at least 11 academic courses including at least three years in English, two 
years in Mathematics, and two years in Natural and Physical Science (including 
at least one laboratory class, if offered by the high school) at the time of 
graduation from high school as certified on the high school transcript or by 
official correspondence; and 2) Score a minimum of 700 on the SAT (verbal and 
math combined) or a minimum of 15 composite on the ACT. 

For the purpose of meeting the core-course requirement, the course is defined as 
a recognized academic course that offers fundamental instructional components in 
a specified area of study. Courses taught at a level below the high school's 
regular academic instruction level (e.g. remedial, special education, or 
compensatory) will not be considered regardless of course content. 

In addition, effective with courses taken during the 1987-88 academic year and 
thereafter, at least 75% of the instructional content of a course must be in one 
or more of the required areas, and "statistics" as referred to in the 
mathematics section, must be advanced (algebra-based). 

The NCAA Council has approved the use of a procedure for certifying the 
eligibility of prospective student athletes who will be entering NCAA Division I 
or II member institutions as freshmen during the 1988-89 academic year and 
thereafter. This procedure was developed by the NCAA in cooperation with the 
National Association of Secondary School Principals in order to move the 
responsibility of calculating the prospective student athlete's core-curriculum 
grade point average from the prospective student-athlete's high school to the 
certifying college institution. Under this procedure, you are asked only to 
identify the courses offered at your school that meet the definition of a core 
course under By-Law 5-l-(j). 

The forms for use in this procedure are available from any NCAA member 
institution or by writing the NCAA at P.O. Box 1906, Shawnee Mission, KS, 
66201. Also, the NCAA Guide to College Freshman Eligibility Requirements has 
been revised. Copies are available (for a small fee) from the NCAA office. 

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN TO CONDUCT SPORTS CAMPS 

The University of Michigan will again sponsor a series of sports camps (a total 
of 17) for boys and girls age 8-18. Information on the "Summer Camp of 
Champions" programs are available from the University of Michigan Athletic 
Department at 1000 South State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48109-2201. 



REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1988 is August 19. The Football Playoff 
Championships games will be the second Friday and Saturday following 
Thanksgiving Day which in keeping with the Limitation of Seasons, would move 
the starting dates back one week. The Board of Control has voted to waive the 
starting date limitation for three years allowing the schools to begin regular 
season play on the same dates as was previously published until the end of the 
current classification period. This decision was then affirmed by a - vote 
of the Delegate Assembly at its meeting on April 22. Beginning in 1991, the 
first playing date will again be eleven weekends prior to the first round of 
the playoffs. This means that the football playing schools have twelve 
possible playing weeks for the next three seasons, but are still limited to 
eleven contests. 

The first legal date for practice in pads is August 1. Pads is defined as any 
football equipment, including but not limited to, the helmet, shoulder pads, 
hip pads, girdle pads, knee pads, thigh pads and padded uniform pants. Please 
remember to inform the Association office as to open dates and to contact this 
office when you fill an open date. At this time, we have the following open 
football dates -- 

Week 1 (August 19) - Calloway County, James Jury (502)753-8141. 
Montgomery County, Chili Ishmael or Lowell King (606)498-4964. Wayne 
County, (606)348-5575. Oldham County, Tom Peterson (502)222-9461. 
Williamsburg, Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

Week 2 (August 26) - Boone CountyCl, Owen Hauck (606)283-2795. Franklin 
County, Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155. Knott County Central, Ronnie 
Holcomb (606)785-3166. Middlesboro, Wayne Wilson (606)248-2490. Scott 
County, John Crigler (502)863-2640. Western Hills, Al Wink 
(502)875-2900. 

Week 3 (September 2) - Beechwood, Bernie Barre (606)331-1220. Boyd 
County, "Jeep" Clark, A.D. (606)928-6473. Brentwood Academy, 
Brentwood, TN, Coach Carlton Flatt (615)373-0611. Calloway County, James 
Jury (502)753-8141. Franklin County, Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155. 
Knott County Central, Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. M.C. Napier, 
Bill Dixon, (606)439-1519 (W) or (606)439-1519. 

Week 4 (September 9) - Austin East (Knoxville), coach Richard Glasper 
(615)544-3792. Boyd County, "Jeep" Clark, A.D. (606)928-6473. Knott 
County Central, Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. Lincoln County, Coach 
Larry Phillips. Montgomery County, Chili Ishmael or Lowell King 
(606)498-4964. 

Week 5 (September 16) - Belfry, Philip Heywood (606)353-7239. 
Garrard County, Marshall Norton. Harrison County, Ray Graham 
(606)234-3253 or 4382. Paris, Roger Grueisen (606)987-4545. 

Week 6 (September 23) - Austin East (Knoxville), coach Richard Glasper 
(615)544-3792. Bowling Green, Don Webb (502)842-1674. Dixie 
Heights, Don Afterkirk. Lincoln County, Coach Larry Phillips. Notre 
Dame (Portsmouth ,Ohio) (Class A only). Coach Randy Martin (614)353-4255. 

Week 7 (September 30) - Franklin County, Gary Dearborn (502)695-4155. 
Harrison County, Ray Graham (606)234-3253 or 4382. Knott County 
Central, Ronnie Holcomb (606)785-3166. 

Week 8 (October 7) - Oldham County, Tom Peterson (502)222-9461. 
Union County, Coach Charlie Bob Paris (502)389-1454. 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (continued) 

Week 9 (October 14) - Anderson County, Sam Harp (502)839-9494. Boone 
CountyCl, Owen Hauck (606)283-2795. Wayne County, (606)348-5575. 
Williamsburg, Bob Rose (606)549-2102. 

Week 10 (October 21) - Paris, Roger Grueisen (606)987-4545. 

Week 11 (October 28) - Middletown (OH), Jim Place (513)422-7432. 

Week 12 (November 4th) - Middlesboro, Wayne Wilson (606)248-2490. 
Scott County, John Crigler (502)863-2640. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

Bardstown High School needs Boys' Basketball games for 1988-89 on November 
29, December 16, January 17, and February 21. Contact Garni s Martin 
(502)348-5913. 

Assumption needs teams for Holiday Jamboree, December 29 and 30. Carolyn 
Medley (502)458-9551. 

NATIONAL RECOGNITION RECEIVED BY SEVERAL K.H.S.A.A. CONSTITUENTS 

Congratulations are in order to Father Harry Jansing of Trinity, Garnis Martin 
of Bardstown, Richie Farmer of Clay County and Dorsey Tierney of Sacred Heart. 

Jansing, A.D. at Trinity High School in Louisville was recently selected as 
one of six winners of the State Award of Merit Award to be presented by the 
National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Award. The award is based on 
leadership and long term contributions to interscholastic athletics at the local 
and state level . 

Martin, Football Coach and A.D. at Bardstown was recently selected as the 
winner of the Distinguished Service Award by the National Federation 
Interscholastic Coaches Association. The award, one of seven presented to 
active coaches this year, will be presented at the National Convention of the 
NFICA and NFIOA in Louisville in June. 

Farmer, recently selected the Most Valuable Player in the Boys' State 
Tournament, and Tierney, who was selected outstanding female swimmer at the 
Girls State Swimming and Diving Championships were featured on ESPN's Scholastic 
Sports America. The show airs twice weekly with features about high school 
athletes, coaches and teams from throughout the country. 

SCHEDULE OF MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

The Medical Symposiums required by the State Department of Education for coaches 
in Baseball, Basketball, Football, Soccer and Wrestling will be held at various 
sites throughout the state. The schedule for this summer is as follows -- 
June 4 - University of Louisville (502)588-5329, Mr. Gerald Swim 
June 4 & 5 - Surgical Center, El izabethtown (502)737-5200, Debra Myers 
June 11 - University of Kentucky, Lexington (606)233-5161, Ms. Joy Green 
June 11 - Murray-Calloway Hospital, Murray (502)753-5131, Ms. Kathie Pierce 
June 17 - Trover Clinic, Madisonville (502)825-7200, Dr. James Bowles 
July 14 & 15 - Bourbon County Hospital, Paris (605)987-1936, Mr. John Elkins 
July 16 - Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro (502)683-2441, Dr. Wm. McManus 
July 22 & 23 - Northern KY University, Covington, (606)291-4768, Dr. C. 
Brueggemann 



NCAA CHANGES IN ALL-STAR GAME REQUIREMENTS 



At its regular meeting in January, the NCAA voted to change the limitations on 
students participating in All-Star Contests. The NCAA will no longer certify 
these games but will leave that certification process to the State High School 
Associations. The ruling means that if a game is approved by a State 
Association, it will be considered not to affect the future eligibility of a 
student athlete inasmuch as NCAA rules are concerned. The NCAA did agree 
however, to maintain the limit of two All -Star games for senior participants 
between the end of the eligible sports season and the conclusion of the 
academic school year , with no limit on the number of games which may be played 
after the conclusion of the school year. 



TRAINERS WORKSHOP SET FOR E.K.U. 

Cramer will again sponsor a workshop for athletic trainers at the campus of 
Eastern Kentucky University. The clinic will be held on June 5-8. Prospective 
student delegates may contact Bobby Barton at Eastern or write to Athletic 
Trainer Workshops, Cramer Products, P.O. Box 1001, Gardner, Kansas, 66030. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 

With the enforcement of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment {ACT test). For the remainder of the 1987-88 school year and for 
the 1988-89 school year, the schedule is as follows: 



Test Date 

06/11/88 

10/22/88 

12/10/88 

02/11/89 

04/15/89 

06/10/89 



Regular Postmark Deadline 

05/13/88 

09/23/88 

11/11/88 

01/13/89 

03/17/89 

05/12/89 



Late Deadline 

05/31/88 

10/11/88 

11/29/88 

01/31/89 

04/04/89 

05/30/89 



S.A.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 

With the enforcement of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the S.A.T. For the remainder of 
the 1987-88 school year the schedule is as follows: 



Test Date 

05/07/88 

06/04/88 



Regular Deadl ine 

04/01/88 

04/29/88 



CONGRATULATIONS TO CLIFF HAGAN 



Congratulations to University of Kentucky Director of Athletics and former 
Owensboro Senior High School standout Cliff Hagan on his induction into the 
National High School Sports Hall of Fame in Kansas City. Hagan was nominated 
by the K.H.S.A.A. and is one on 15 individuals selected for induction in 1988. 
The induction ceremony will take place Friday, July 8 at the Hyatt Regency in 
Kansas City. Hagan is the first person from Kentucky accepted into the six 
year old Hall of Fame. 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1 988 PAGE SEVEN 



^ELE/^SE WRESTLING RULE CHANGES 

ANNOUNCED FOR 1988-89 SEASON 

KANSAS CITY, MO (March 29, 1988) — The new 13 weight classes established last year by the National Federation Wrestling 
Rules Committee will be instituted as planned beginning with the 1988-89 season. 

In Its March 22-23 meeting in Kansas City, the committee affirmed its decision of a year ago to increase the number of classes 
from 12 to 13 and to have more classes in the middle weights. 

The new classes, optional by state adoption this past season, that will take effect next year are: 103, 112, 1 19, 125, 130. 135, 140, 
145, 152, 160. 171. 189 and 275. 

The committee also affirmed its decision of a year ago to delete the rule which allowed a two-pound growth allowance on 
December 25. another pound allowance on February 1 and an additional pound on March 1. This change, which also was optional 
this past season, becomes affective in 1988-89. 

"The questionnaires we received this year supported the committee's decision to change the weight classes." said Fritz 
McGinness, editor of the National Federation rules and assistant director of the National Federation. "Many of the states 
implemented these changes this past season and we look for the remaining states to follow suit next year. Most of the comments 
have been very positive." 

Although the committee did not make a large number of rules changes this year, one of the more noticeable next year will be one 
regarding overtime. 

Rule 10-4 now will state that the overtime is an extension of the regular match, meaning all penalties, warnings, cautions and 
injury time will be carried over to the overtime In the past, the overtime was. in essence, a separate match. Effective with the 
1988-89 season, the overtime will simply be a continuation of the first six minutes. 

Another major change was made in the number of team points earned for a technical fall. Beginning next season, a fall will earn 
one more team point than a technical fall. A fall will be worth six team points, and a technical tall will bring five team points. In the 
past, both earned six team points. 

"Originally, the rule was implemented because the belief was that a match should not be terminated without allowing a 
contestant to score the maximum number of points." McGinness said. "The committee now believes that if an individual cannot be 
pinned and his opponent can gam a 15-point advantage, then, quite possibly, he is not able to pin his opponent." 

Two changes also were made in Rule 7. The Back Row was added to Rule 7-1 -5 as another specific example of an illegal hold. In 
addition, a change in Rule 7-6-1 no longer will allow the referee the option of a five -second count preceding a stalling or stalemate 
call. 

Rule 8-1-5 was rewritten to agree with the definition of a match. A flagrant misconduct call now will be a two-point team 
deduction instead of one. 

In addition, the committee affirmed its change of a year ago requiring red and green armbands for officials, effective with the 
1 988-89 season. This year, the committee determined that the red arm band must be worn on the left wrist and the green arm band 
on the right wrist. McGinness said this decision was made in an effort to have uniformity among officials 

Wrestling is the fifth-most popular sport among high school boys with 251 ,281 participants in 8,426 schools competing on the 
varsity level. 

Following is a complete list of rules changes passed by the National Federation Wrestling Rules Committee for 1988-89: 



1988-89 WRESTLING RULE REVISIONS 

Rule 3-1-1 Officials shall wear a red arm band on the left wrist and a green arm band on the right wrist 

Rule 4-4-1 New weight classes as follows become effective in 1988-89: 103-112-119-125-130-135-140-145- 

152-160-171-189-275. 

Rule 4-4-3 Delete article on interstate competition. 

Rule 4-4-4 Delete article on growth allowance 

Rule 7-1-5 Add Back Bow as an illegal hold. 

Rule 7-6-1 Delete (ive-second count that may precede a stalling or stalemate call 

Rule 8-1-5 Rewritten to agree with definition of a match. 

Flagrant misconduct now carries a two-point team deduction. 

Rule 9-2-2 Fall now earns more team points than technical fall. 

Rule 10-4 Overtime is now an extension of the regular match. 



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STATE TRACK 
MEET INFORMATION 



Friday, May 27, 1988. 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be picked 
up from 5:00-6:00 p.m. on the track side of the Shively Sports 
Center Building or Saturday morning, May 28 from 7:30 a.m.- 
9:30 a.m. at the gate to the track. 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and officials 
meeting at 6:00 p.m. in the Nutter Center on Friday, May 27, 
1988. 

NOTE: The 1600m Relay will be run with a 3 turn stagger. 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. 

STATE TRACK MEET 

Classes A, AA, AAA Boys - Classes A, AA, AAA Giris 

FINALS - Saturday, May 28, 1988. 

10:00 — A Girls 100m Hurdles 

10:05 — AA Girls 100m Hurdles 

10:10 — AAA Girls 100m Hurdles 

10:20 — A Boys 110m High Hurdles 

10:25 — AA Boys 110m High Hurdles 

10:30 — AAA Boys 110m High Hurdles 

10:40 — A Girls 100m Dash 

10:45 — AA Girls 100m Dash 

10:50 — AAA Girls 100m Dash 

10:55 — A Boys 100m Dash 

1 1 :00 — AA Boys 1 00m Dash 

1 1 :05 — AAA Boys 1 00m Dash 

11:10 — A Girls 800m Relay 

11:18 — AA Girls 800m Relay 

1 1 26 — AAA Girls 800m Relay 

11:34 — A Boys 1600m Run 

1 1 :42 — AA Boys 1 600m Run 

11:50 - AAA Boys 1600m Run 

11:58 — A Girls 1600m Run 

12:06 — AA Girls 1600m Run 

12:14 — AAA Girls 1600m Run 

12:22 — A Boys 400m Relay 

12:28 — AA Boys 400m Relay 

12:34 — AAA Boys 400m Relay 

12:40 — A Girls 400m Relay 

12:46 — AA Girls 400m Relay 

12:52 — AAA Girls 400m Relay 

K.T.C C-C A. HALL OF FAME AWARDS/LUNCH 

1 30 — A Boys 400m Dash 

1 35 — AA Boys 400m Dash 

1:40 — AAA Boys 400m Dash 

1:45 — A Girls 400m Dash 

1:50 — AA Girls 400m Dash 

1:55 — AAA Girls 400m Dash 

2:00 — A Boys 300m Hurdles 

2:05 — AA Boys 300m Hurdles 

2:10 — AAA Boys 300m Hurdles 

2:15 — A Girls 300m Low Hurdles 

2:20 — AA Girls 300m Low Hurdles 

2:25 — AAA Girls 300m Low Hurdles 

2:30 — A Boys 800m Run 

2:35 — AA Boys 800m Run 

2:40 — AAA Boys 800m Run 

2:45 — A Girls 800m Run 

2:50 — AA Girls 800m Run 

2:55 — AAA Girls 800m Run 

3:00 — A Boys 200m Dash 

3:05 — AA Boys 200m Dash 



3:10- 

3:15- 

3:20- 

3:25- 

3:30- 

3:45 

4:00 

4:15 

4:30- 

4:45- 

5:00- 

5:08- 

5:16- 

5:24- 

5:32 

5:40- 

6:00- 



- AAA Boys 200m Dash 

- A Girls 200m Dash 
-AA Girls 200m Dash 

- AAA Girls 200m Dash 

- A Boys 3200m Run 

- AA Boys 3200m Run 
AAA Boys 3200m Run 

-A Girls 3200m Run 

- AA Girls 3200m Run 

- AAA Girls 3200m Run 

- A Boys 1600m Run 

- AA Boys 1600m Run 

- AAA Boys 1600m Relay 

- A Girls 1600m Relay 
AA Girls 1600m Relay 

-AAA Girls 1600m Relay 

- AWARDS 



FIELD EVENTS 



SHOT 

9:00 — A Boys 
10:30 — AA Boys 
12:00 — AAA Boys 
1:30 — A Girls 
3:00 — AA Girls 
4:30 — AAA Girls 

POLE VAULT 

9:00 — A Boys 
1 2:00 — AA Boys 
12:00 — AA Boys 

3:00 — AAA Boys 



DISCUS 

9:00 — A Girls 
10:00 — AA Girls 
12:00 — AAA Girls 
1:30 — A Boys 
3:00 — AA Boys 
4:30 — AAA Boys 

TRIPLE JUMP 

12:00 — AAA Boys 
12:00 — AAA Boys 
2:00 — AA Boys 
4:00 — A Boys 



LONG JUMP 

9:00 — AAA Boys 1:30 — A Girls 

1 0:30 — AA Boys 3:00 — AA Girls 

1 2:00 — A Boys 4:30 — AAA Girls 

HIGH JUMP 

9:00 — A Girls 1 :30 — A Boys 

1 0:30 — AA Girls 3:00 — AA Boys 

1 2:00 — AAA Girls 4:30 — AAA Boys 



SPORTSMANSHIP 

IS IN THE FAST TRACK 

RUN FOR IT 




I National Mascot ol High School Sports 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1988 PAGE NINE 

M E WS BASKETBALL RULE COMMITTEE 

RELEASE CH'^NGES throw-in count for 1988-89 SEASON 



KANSAS CITY, MO (March 31, 1988) — Beginning with the 1988-89 high school basketball season, the five-second, throw-in 
count will end on the release of the ball rather than when the ball is touched by a player on the court. 

This rule change was one of 12 significant changes made by the National Federation Basketball Rules Committee at its March 
29-30 meeting in Kansas City. 

Dick Schindler. editor of the National Federation basketball rules and assistant director of the National Federation, said the 
change in Rule 9-3-3 was mainly an administrative one to aid officials. 

"With this change, the official closest to the player throwing in the ball will know definitely when the five-second count ends," 
Schindler said. "Previously, it was difficult to administer for officials when long passes were made by the out-of-bounds player. It is 
now an easier rule to administer." 

In another change in throw-in procedures, the committee altered Rule 9-9 to allow an airborne player to jump from frontcourt to 
catch a throw-in pass and land in backcourt. Previously, this would have been a backcourt violation. 

Schindler said that more and more throw-ins were occurring at the division line because of the alternating-possession rule. 
The committee believes that the implementation of this rule will help eliminate a situation which inadvertently resulted in a 
violation. 

Although no changes were made in Rule 1 0-5 regarding bench decorum, the committee agreed to allow states to experiment 
with the rule by allowing coaches to stand within a specified six-foot area during the game for the sole purpose of coaching 
players. Requests by state associations must be approved by the National Federation. 

The current rule requires coaches to remain seated on the bench while the clock is running or stopped except to confer with 
bench personnel and players, rise and stand to signal players to request a timeout, confer with personnel at the scorer's table, 
attend an injured player, replace or remove a disqualified or injured player or to react spontaneously to an outstanding play. 

"The committee wants to gather data from states that experiment as to whether this procedure will assist coaches in 
communicating with players without increasing sportsmanship problems," Schindler said. "This is strictly an experimental 
procedure which may be granted to states; the rule has not been changed." 

In other rules changes for 1 988-89. the committee voted to prohibit players from wearing tights or undergarments that extend 
below the uniform shorts, as well as prohibiting the use of any replay or television-monitoring equipment to help in making any 
decision relating to the game. Both of these changes were made in response to growing problems in each of those areas. 

The implementation of the three-point field goal last year brought about change this year in Rule 4- 1-2 regarding the definition of 
"ending a try." 

Beginning next season, legal touching of the ball will not end a try. Legal touching of the ball by a player will no longer be a part of 
the definition of ending a try. 

"When the three-point field goal was implemented, we had a difference in the definition and interpretation of a try," Schindler 
said. "The rule was in conflict with the interpretation, so the 'touching' part of the rule was deleted." 

The committee also authorized, by state association adoption, the use of artificial limbs for players. The limb, in the state's 
opinion, must not be more dangerous to players than the corresponding human limb and must not place an opponent at a 
disadvantage. 

Two changes were made in Rule 5. Rule 5-3-3a now will allow an airborne player in possession of the ball to call a timeout. In 
addition, a note will be added to Rule 5-2-1 to allow each state association to determine whether the three-point field goal will be 
used in junior high competition. 

In other rules changes, the committee deleted the part of Rule 1 0-6 that automatically awarded two free throws for a blocking foul 
committed against an airborne shooter. Also, changes were made in Rules 7-5- 1 , 3 and 9- 1 -1 2 to delete all references to taking the 
ball to the free-throw line extended for a throw-in. In the future, the ball will be put into play closest to the spot where a violation 
occurs. 

The word "abbreviation" was added to Rule 3-4-2 to state that one identifying name or abbreviation may be placed horizontally 
or vertically on either or both the front and back of the shirt. 

After one year of emphasizing a new procedure for resuming play, the rules committee adopted the procedure as an official rule. 
If teams are not in place following a timeout or intermission after the procedure process, a violation occurs. Schindler said this 
procedure worked well last year and helped keep games going at the intended pace. 

The committee selected three concerns for "Points of Emphasis " this year. Those areas of concern are enforcement of the 
principle of verticality. conduct and sportsmanship by teams and fans, and the general philosophy of rules enforcement. 

Schindler said that officials are there to enforce rules, not to make decisions on which rules to enforce. Additionally, coaches 
should teach players to play within the rules. 

National Federation playing rules are used by approximately 1 7,000 high schools and more than 500.000 participants in boys 
basketball as well as more than 1 6,000 schools that offer girls programs for 400,000 participants. From the standpoint of school 
programs, basketball is the most popular high school sport. 



RULE REVISIONS 

2-4 Prohibits use of any replay or television monitoring equipment in making any decision relating to the 

game. 

2-9-2 Coverage was adopted on the procedure for resuming play following a time-out or intermission or 

7-5-1 other situations. 

8-1-1 

.|Q_.|_.| (Rule Revisions Continued on Page 10) 



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(Rule Revisions Continued from Page 9) 



3-5-1 
Note 

3-5-5 

4-1-33 

4-1-2 

5-2-1 
Note 

5-8-3a 

7-5-1,3 
9-1-12Pen. 

7-6-1; 
9-3-3 

9-9Exp. 
10-6Pen.2b 

Sections affected 



Allows using an identifying name or abbreviation on either, or on both, the front and back of the shirt. 

Allows each state to authorize the use of artificial limbs which in its opinion are no more dangerous to 
players than the corresponding human limb and do not place an opponent at a disadvantage. 

Prohibits wearing of tights or undergarments which extend below the game shorts. 

Entire rule expanded and rewritten. 

Deleted "touching by any player" as ending a try. 

Allows each state association to determine whether the 3-point goal will be used in junior high 
competition. 

Allows an airborne palyer in control to request a time-out. 

Deleted all references to taking the ball to the free throw line extended m specific throw-in situations. 

The throw-in count now ends on release of the ball. 

On a throw-in, allow an airborne player who jumped from frontcourt to catch the ball and land in 
backcourt without violating. 

Deleted the automatic 2 free throws tor a blocking foul on the airborne shooter. 

EDITORIAL CHANGES 

2-1-8; 3-5; 5-1; 5-2-4; 5-6; 5-9; 5-11 -1; 6-1; 9-7; 9-8; 9-9; 10-6Penla,2a 

POINTS OF EMPHASIS 

1. Principle verticahty 

2. Sportsmanship - conduct 

3. Philosophy of rules enforcement 



SUPPORT SPRING SPORTS 

State Championships 

BASEBALL SOFTBALL 



Elizabethtown High School 
June 2-3 




TENNIS 



Lyndon Recreation Center 
Louisville 
May 26-28 



University of Kentucky 
June 2-4 



GOLF 



Girls - Elizabethtown Country Club 

Boys - Lincoln Trails Country Club 

May 31 -June 1 




TRACK 



University of Kentucky 
May 28 



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PAGE ELEVEN 



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1988 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK & FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Rule Book 

Page 57 — Rule 9-5-2 — Covers the uniform requirements for cross country 
runners, including shoes with spikes no longer than 1-inch. While it was the 
intention ol the Track and Field Rules Committee to limit spikes to no more than 
1 /2-mch in track as well as cross country, the reference to the length of the track 
spike in Rule 9-5-2 was inadvertently overlooked Therefore, for 1 988, track spikes 
in cross country (only) may be as long as one inch 
Case Book 

Page 45 — S R 5,9.6A — Replace "events" with "relays" m the subhead 
preceding the situation-ruling 

Page 5 — In the sixth line, change "pole vault" to "high jump ' 
SITUATION #10: The coach of Team A notifies the head field event official that one 
or more of the school's competitors will be wearing (a) a leather support, or (b) a 
weighted object on fingers, hand, wrist, arms, wasit. leg or ankle 
RULING: In (a), it would depend on the event, location and purpose of the leather 
support Historically, weightmen have been allowed to wear a weight lifter's belt 
and It IS conceivable that a leather support on the leg, ankle, or wrist might be 
approved m most events, but certainly a leather support that provided the 
assistance not currently approved through some types of taping on the throwing 
hand m the discus or shot put would not be approved In (b), it would be hard to 
imagine the purpose of wearing a weighted object during competition if it wasn't 
done to enhance the competitor's performance, and if so. would have to be 
considered as an illegal aid. 

SITUATION #1 1 : In the high |ump, A1 places a white handkerchief at the center ol 
the crossbar prior to making a successful attempt. The coach of Team B protests 
claiming (a) this is an illegal aid, or (b) that only the judges have the prerogative of 
placing a cloth marker on the crossbar for sighting purposes 
RULING: The protest will be denied The competitor has the option of placing a 
cloth marker on the crossbar provided it does not delay competition, and the 
marker js removed following the trial (7-3-11) 

SITUATION #12: During, or following competition in the long )ump, a protest is 
raised over the legality of the uniform worn by A1 The uniform consists of a 
school- issued lersey and a type of knee- length tights The referee rules that while 
the tights (or leotards) are not m themselves illegal, they must be worn under the 
traditional school-issued track shorts and disqualifies A1 (or an illegal uniform 
Team As coach protests to thejury of appeals, and the jury of appeals upholds the 
referee's decision 

RULING: While questions concerning the legality of track and field uniforms 
should be settled prior tot he competition, the referee must act on protests 
concerning the legality of a uniform whenever raised In the case above, the 
referee was within his authority to rule that the tights were not the traditional track 
shorts required by rule If the referee's opinion was upheld by the jury of appeals, 
there should be no further appeal necessary 

SITUATION #13: Following the 4 x 1 00 meter relay, inspectors report to the referee 
that Team A, that finished first, failed to complete the first exchange within the 
exchange zone limits and that Team B, thai finished second, interfered with Team 
C dunng the second exchange Thereissomequeslionasto whether Team C, that 
finished last, could havequalifiedasoneof the teams to advance to the state finals 
RULING: The referee will disqualify Team A and B, and order the race rerun with all 
ol the remaining teams wishing to place competing in the rerun 
SITUATION #14: In the boys' 800-meter run, A1 informs the Starter that he will be 
using starting blocks and asks the starter il he will use the three command start, 
I e . "To your marks' ..'■Set "...the gun? 

RULING: Unless there are extenuating circumstances, such as a large field of 
entries that require an alley start, or two rows of starters, starting blocks are not 
prohibited m any race, but the request for a three command start in races of 800 
meters or more shall be denied (5-7-3) 

COMMENT; It would be necessary tor Ai to assume a position m the starting 
blocks prior to the starter's first command. "Runners set." The use of starting 
blocks by one or more runners also precludes the possibility of having all runners 
take a position one step behind the starting line prior lo the command, "Runners 
sef 

SITUATION #15: Following the first semi-final heat of the boys' 1 00-meter dash, a 
protest IS raised that the starters failed to assess a false start No runner is 
Identified as committing the (alse start and after the referee checks with the 
starters, the assistant starter admits he might have missed a false start, but cannot 
remember which lane was involved The starter rules the race will be rerun, but no 
one IS disqualified 

RULING: Whether the starters failed to call a false start, it is a matter of judgment 
and not subject lo appeal The fact that the alleged violation could not be identified 
with a particular runner and only the referee, and not the starter, has the authority 
lo order a race rerun, only makes the situation more ludicrous. 
COMMENT: There is. of course, precedence for rerunning a race without a 
disqualification, such as an unfair start, or a runner falling within the first 100 
meters due to contact with another runner in a race of 400 meters or more, but that 
IS not the situation described here 



SITUATION #16; To accommodate his jumping style. AI requests permission from 
the high jump judge to move the standards 12 inches to the left. 
RULING: The request shall be denied The base of the standards may not be 
moved during the competition (7-3-5) 

SITUATION #17: When the results of the discuss are announced, AI is given third 
place and credited with a distance of 150' 6-'/?". 81 is announced as the fourth 
place finisher with a distance of 150' 6". The coach of Team B protests that the 
distances are equal since measurements are to be recorded to the nearest lesser 
inch. 

RULING: The protest should be honored and the tie resolved by considering the 
second best efforts of A 1 and Bi (6-3-10) 

SITUATION #18: In the girl's long jump, AI s apparently good effort is nullified by a 
foul whereupon AI jumps out of the pit with her hands full of sand and whirls 
around throwing the sand in a fit of anger and without any regard for the nearby 
officials and other competitors who were struck by the flying sand. This action is 
observed by the referee and deemed flagrant unsportsmanlike conduct resulting 
in a disqualification of AI AI 's coach protests that the athlete should have been 
warned before suffering a disqualification 

RULING: There is no provision that a warning must precede a disqualification and 
if in the officials judgment the conduct was so flagrant as to merit disqualification, 
there IS no basis for appeal (4-5-1) 

SITUATION #19: Team As relay team reports to the clerk of course weanng 
bodysuits under the traditional track shorts. The clerk informs Team A that without 
the school-issued jersey, the uniforms fail to meet the rule requirements. The 
coach of Team A protests 

RULING: The protest will be denied In previous years, bodysuits were, by 
interpretation, legal if the traditional track shorts were worn over them, implying 
that the top of the bodysuit could be worn in lieu of the traditional jersey As 
clarified in the 1 987 Points of Special Emphasis, "Team Uniforms, " it stated in pari, 
"until and unless Rule 4-3-1 is changed, bodysuits and leotards do not meet the 
rule specifications and therefore, cannot be substituted for the traditional shorts 
and jersey. " 

SITUATION #20: In a district or invitational meet, the games committee announces 
that no measurements will be made in the shot put unless they meet or exceed a 
specified minimum distance. 

RULING: Legal The games committee has broad authority to establish reasonable 
terms and conditions pertaining lo meet administration While a reasonable 
minimum distance (standard) may be established based on previous per- 
formances by competitors in the field, a more practical procedure may be to set a 
conservatively low standard and then adjust to a greater distance after the first or 
second round of trials, keeping m mind that a competitor's second best 
performance may be needed to break a tie (3-2-1) 

SITUATION #21 : In a regional meet to determine four qualifiers for the state final, a 
three-way tie occurs for third place According lo the terms and conditions of the 
regional meet, ties for qualifying places must be resolved and m the high |ump. 
Rule 7-3-17 (d) will apply The official gives contestants Ai, BI and Cl an 
additional try at 6'4" and only AI is successful The official announces that BI and 
CI will have one more try at 6'4", whereupon BI clears the height, Cl misses and 
BI IS awarded the fourth qualifying place The coach of Cl complains that the bar 
should have been lowered since both Bl and Cl missed their additional attempt at 
6'4- 

RULING: The appeal should be honored 

COMMENT: Even though Rule 7-3-17(d)-1 only applies to breaking ties for first 
place, the terms and conditions of the meet stipulate that this rule will be used to 
break ties for qualifying places, and the official has, in fact, set aside the rule 
SITUATION #22: There are three qualifying heats in the 100 meter dash and it is 
announced that the first two places in each heal, plus the two fastest thirds will 
qualify for the finals During the third heat, the fully automatic liming system 
malfunctions and the places are manually timed. 

RULING:lndetermining the two fastest thirds, manual times shall be compared for 
all three heats (3-8-4, 5-5-3) 

COMMENT: It IS important to record manual times for all heats whenever time will 
be a factor in determining advancement 

SITUATION #23: AI, who is leading by 10 yards, falls just prior to the finish line and 
rolls across the line without breaking the tape or interfering with any other 
competitor 

RULING: If AI 's torso reaches the finish line before any other competitor. A 1 will be 
considered the winner (5-8-1. 5-8-2) 



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Q 



1988 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




SITUATION #27: B1 hits a line drive over the head of F7. F7, in running toward the 

fence, makes the catch, but because the outfield grass is wet, cannot stop and 

continues on to the outtield fence where he runs into the fence The ball squirts 

from his glove and goes over the fence, is this a catch or a home run'' 

RULING: This is a home run. Even though F7 had the ball in his glove, he was not 

able to gam control of his momentum, which is considered an element of a catch 

2-3-1 

SITUATION #28: On a fly ball toward dead ball territory. F5 makes the catch with 

one foot in dead ball territory, but the other foot is in the air. 

RULING: If the foot m the air had not touched dead ball territory prior to the catch, 

the catch would be allowed The ball would remain alive unless the fielder's foot 

that was in the air came down m dead ball territory 5-1 -1-h 

SITUATION #29: A coach yells at his runner to take out the second baseman on a 

double play attempt The runner slides into second and makes contact with the 

second baseman Is the runner out lor interference'' 

RULING: As long as the runner made a legal slide, he would not be called (or 

interference should he make contact with the second baseman 8-4-2-1 

SITUATION #30: While B2 is getting set m the batters box, the umpire gives the 

"Do Not Pitch Signal " R1 observes the umpire's signal and casually steps off the 

base only to be picked off R1 contends that the "Do Not Pitch Signal" protects him 

from being put out 

RULING: The out stands The "Do Not Pitch Signal" does not cause the ball to 

become dead Umpires Signals 

SITUATION #31: Playing with bases that disengage their anchor systems, Rl 

slides into second base The base disengages and ends up m shallow centerfield 

An overthrow at second allows Rl to advance to third B2tnes for second FSfields 

the overthrow and throws to F4 The throw arrives as 82 slides, but there is no 

base How does the umpire rule'' 

RULING: The part of the ground where the base was last located shall serve as the 

base II IS umpire ludgment as to whether 82 reached the place where the base 

was located before being tagged 1-3-1 

SITUATION #32: Team A's uniforms have the manufacturer's logo or emblem on 

one sleeve and the rear pocket of the pants Is this legal'' 

RULING: Yes The rules do not prohibit a manufacturer's logo from appearing on a 

uniform 1-1-5 

SITUATION #33: With F4 in possession of the ball waiting to make the tag on Rl , 

Rl comes into the base standing up instead of sliding and avoids the tag F4 

contends that Rl should be out because he did not slide. 

RULING: Sliding is not mandatory Therefore, Rl is not out. 8-4-2-1-1 

SITUATION #34: After a pitcher has taken his warm-up throws, can his teammates 

have a conference at the mound'' 

RULING: The pitcher has 80 seconds from the third out of the previous half-inning 

to deliver a pitch 11 a conference prevents the pitcher from delivering a pitch m 

lime, a ball shall be awarded the batter. 6-2-2-c 

SITUATION #35; With two strikes on the batter, the batter swings and misses the 

next pitch The ball ricochets off the catcher's glove into (a) fair territory or (b) foul 

territory where the batter runs into it. 

RULING: As long as the batter did not intentionally interfere with the ball, there is 

no penalty 7-4-e 

SITUATION #36: In the bottom of the last inning, the batter hits a home run to win 

Ihe game. However, the coach of the opposing team appeals the batter's bat (a) 

belore the team on defense leaves the field or (b) after both teams have left the field 

RULING: An appeal has to be made before the next pitch lo be valid In this play, 

another pitch will not be made, therefore, the appeal has to be made, before the 

defensive team leaves the field Therefore, m (a) the appeal is permitted, but nol in 

(b) 7-4-a, 10-2-3-1 

SITUATION #37: The bases are loaded with one out 81 grounds to F3, who fields 

the ball and immediately throws to the plate for the force out on the runner 

advancing from third No other play is made and the bases appear to remain 

loaded The next hitter, 82, doubles to score the three runners. At the end of 

playing action, the scorekeeper approaches the plate umpire who is apprised that 

81 thought he was out on the grounder to the first baseman and had entered his 

team's dugout before B2 doubled Bl's abandonment was not observed by an 

umpire at the lime he left first base Since 82 doubled after Bi had entered the 

dugout, what becomes of the double'' How many runs score on the double'' Can 

the unpires retoactively call 81 out, thus nullifying all runs that scored on B2's 

double'' If so. what is the statute of limitations on such a case'' Or, is it simply too 

late to call 81 ouf 

RULING: The umpire cannot call a runner retroactively out but would make a 

ruling on the current situation when it is brought to his attention Basically, the 

umpire cannot call 81 out until it is brought to his attention that 81 has left the base 

This did not occur until after the double by 82, so the runs that scored on that 

double count. 



SITUATION #38: In the bottom of the first inning, after the starting pitcher grounds 

out, the umpire is informed by the coach of the opposing team that the pitcher was 

not listed on the Ime- up card The umpire allows the pitcher to remain in the game. 

The opposing coach complains, but to no avail 

RULING: At the time the infraction was discovered, the illegal player should have 

been ejected The player who was listed as the starting player could re-enter at 

any position except pitcher, since he did not face one batter. The ejected player 

could be replaced bya legal substitute. If thesponsormg state association allowed 

protests, a protest could have been filed, but it would have had to be lodged at the 

time the infraction was first brought to the umpire's attention, 4-5-1, 10-2-3 

SITUATION #39: With two Outs and the based loaded, the catcher drops the third 

strike, but the umpire calls "Time." What happens'' 

RULING: The umpire must decide whether or not the batter could have reached 

base before the catcher could have recovered to throw the batter out. If the umpire 

did not feel the batter would have beaten the throw, then the umpire can call the 

batter out. 10-2-3-g 

SITUATION #40: With the bases loaded and one out, 86 flies out to F8, R2, who 

was on second base leaves before the catch and is doubled off (a)atter Rl scores 

or (b) before Rl scores 

RULING; In (a) the run counts, and not m (b). 9-1-1 

SITUATION #41: With Rl on third, R2 on Second and one out, 81 hits a deep fly 

bail to F8. Rl starts to advance without lagging up, but the third base coach grabs 

him and shoves him back to the base before F8 makes the catch. 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately and Ihe runner is called out. If in the 

judgment of the umpire the defense was prevented from making a second out, the 

umpire can call the involved runner or barter-runner out If the batter is not called 

out because of an immediate dead ball, he stays at first base. 3-2-2 

SITUATION #42: When a team's (a) head coach, (b) assistant coach; {c) first 

baseman; (d) non-playing equipment manager (a student); (e) player with no 

re-entry eligibility, or (f) ballgirl or ballboy is ejected, to what area must the offender 

be confined'' Does the player have lo leave the dugout or nof 

RULING: This is an area that falls under the jurisdiction of state associations. 

Umpires should check with their respective state association 

SITUATION #43: 81 lines a double into left field As the ball is being returned lo Fl . 

the coach of the team at bat questions the size of F5's givoe. After a close 

examination by the umpire, the glove is ruled illegal. 

RULING: If the illegal glove was not involved in a play, F5 simply has to secure a 

legal glove. If it was involved m a play, the team at bat has the choice of taking the 

play or having the award for detached player equipment imposed. 1 -4-3, a-3-3-b, 

SITUATION #44; Rl edges off first base F 1 , who is nol in contact with the pitcher's 

plate, whips a throw to first m an effort to catch Rl by surprise. Instead. F3 is 

surprised and tails to make the catch. The throw ends up in dead ball territory. 

RULING: Rl is awarded two based 8-3-3-c 

SITUATION #45: A close play at third causes Rl lo slide The umpire calls Rl safe 

and grants Rl time so that he can tie his shoe As Rl is bent over, the umpire 

notices a bulge from Rl 's back pocket For safety purposes, the umpire asks Rl to 

reveal what he has in his pocket. Rl pulls out (a) car keys, (b) a bag of sundower 

seeds, (c) a billfold, or (d) a round tin canister 

RULING: Illegal in (a), (c) and (d) because the objects are hard and could result in 

injury to other players if there was contact Furthermore, the objects could cause 

injury to that player when sliding, 1-1-6 NOTE, 10-2-3-g 

SITUATION #46: Team A's best pitcher pitched seven mningslhe first game of the 

double header In Ihe fifth mning of the second game his coach decides to use him 

in relief Two days later the same player pitches a similar number of innings. Do 

National Federation rules restrict the number of innings a pitcher may pitch in a 

given period ot time'' 

RULING: No State associations have the freedom lo adopt their own pitching 

limitations. State associations that do not have pitching limitations are encouraged 

to consider the feasibility of establishing a pitching limitation which would be 

appropriate for their state. 



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STUDENT LEADERSHIP 



WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE AIMS FOR DRUG-FREE SOCIETY 



Editor's Note: The White House Con- 
ference for a Drug-Free America was 
held February 28-March 3. 1988 in 
Washington, D.C. Six regional con- 
ferences had previously been held 
throughout the United States. 

"We need to review the Nation's pro- 
gress against drugs and to reinvigorate 
our national strategy to stop ttieir use. 
We need to share successful strategies 
and programs offered in all aspects of 
American life. In short, each one of you 
has a crucial piece of the puzzle. The 
Conference is designed to help you put 
the complete picture together." 

-President Ronald Reagan, 
November 1987 

The White House Conference for a 
Drug-Free America was mandated by 
the United States Congress and admin- 
istered by the Executive Office of the 
President. It was charged with the re- 
sponsibility of exploring the causes of 
illicit drug use in this country and 
evaluating potential solutions. 

The framers of the conference deter- 
mined that the most effective way to 
consider the opportunities to end illicit 
drug use would be to examine every 
aspect of American life. Each of the six 
regional meetings involved 10 separate 
panels covering the work place, edu- 
cation, prevention, law enforcement, 
international concerns, transportation, 
media/entertainment, public housing, 
treatment and sports. 

Sports was included because of its 
impact on our culture. Athletes are role 
models and opinion makers. They often 
are viewed as leaders from grade school 
to the professional ranks. 

Dorothy E. Mclntyre, fVISHSL Asso- 
ciate Director and Ora Buchanan, Girls 
Athletics, IVIankato, attended the regional 
conference in Cincinnati, Ohio and were 
appointed to serve as National Advisors 
to the Sports Panel. Their letter of 
appointment said, "Among the many fine 
people who participated in our regional 
meetings, you have been selected as one 
of the few whose unique commitment 
and dedicated efforts stand out as an 
important weapon in the battle against 
Illicit drug use." 



Mclntyre, Buchanan and eighteen 
other advisors met in Washington, DC. 
on February 1 1 - 1 2, 1 988 to develop the 
report to the Conference. The Sports 
Panel understood that amateur and 
professional sports was not a single 
faceted, monolithic entity which could be 
scrutinized in a shallow manner. Sports 
had to be properly considered at all age 
and competitive skill levels, from 
younger leagues to the major leagues. It 
was realized that those who participate 
in sports at these various levels must be 
considered first as individuals and 
second as athletes. 

Representatives were included from 
professional sports, amateur sports, 
college sports, high school sports, youth 
sports, representatives of player manage- 
ment, intercollegiate administration, rule 
enforcement and player unions. 

The report of the Sports Panel was 
presented to the Sports Commission at 
the White House Conference for a Drug- 
Free America in Washington, D.C, on 
IVIarch 1. It covered a variety of areas 
which includes institutional responsi- 
bilities; role modeling of parents, 
coaches, and athletes; codes of conduct, 
drug testing, and future considerations: 

1. The term "institution" includes the 
entire age and skills spectrum, from 
youth sports through professional 
sports. Helping athletes fight illicit drug 
use and become proper role models is a 
responsibility which is mutually shared. 
This should include comprehensive 
substance abuse education, training and 
counseling programs. Coping, decision- 
making and general life skills, from 
elementary school through college, 
should find a place within existing 
curriculum. Ethical and spiritual value 
formation should be encouraged. 

2. Athletes are role models by choice 
or by circumstance. Each has the 
responsibility to remain drug free and to 
help other members of the athletic 
community to stay drug free. No athlete 
should ever be used to promote or 
facilitate the illegal sale or illegal con- 
sumption of alcohol. 



3. Parents, as role models, need to 
keep in close contact by attending and 
participating in pre-season meetings, 
parent communication networks, drug 
education programs and by exhibiting 
responsible parental behavior. 

4. Coaches, as role models, should 
demonstrate responsible behavior, 
should participate in educational pro- 
grams on chemical-health issues and 
conduct preseason meetings to talk 
about drug-related issues. 

5. A code of conduct is a definite set of 
expectations designed for the develop- 
ment of a healthy lifestyle and the 
preservation of the integrity of the sports 
program. These expactations, or rules, 
need to be flexible, achievable and 
should be applicable for the entire 
school year. 

6. Drug testing is not perceived as a 
panacea but as one method of a compre- 
hensive drug-free program. It should be 
reliable, accurate, confidential and 
handled with dignity, and respect for the 
individual. The test results must be 
handled properly. 

7. Future considerations need to be 
given to women athletes who become 
involved with drug abuse and related 
eating disorders. Also, research is 
needed on athletes and non-athletes 
regarding the causes of illicit drug use 
and the problems which result. 

The final report will be presented to 
Congress, the President and the 
American People. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. L, NO. 10 



MAY, 1988 



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Newly Elected Board Of Control Members 




Sandy Allen 



Charles Henry Pearl Ray Lefevers Marvin Moore Liz Trabandt 



Due to the expiration of terms in office for three current 
members and the implementation of an amendment to the 
1971 Federal Court Decree which calls for the election of 
two at-large women, the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Board of Control will expand to twelve members 
beginning this coming academic year, with five new 
members having recently been elected. Alexandra "Sandy" 
Allen, Principal of Louisville Ballard, Charles K. Henry, 
Principal of Paducah Tilghman, Pearl Ray Lefevers, Principal 
of Bell County, Marvin Moore, Principal of Rowan County, 
and Liz Trabandt, Assistant Principal at Russell have been 
elected to serve as members of the Board of Control. 

Sandy Allen, the Principal of Ballard High School since 
1986 is a veteran of the education field having served as a 
teacher, guidance counselor and Assistant Principal before 
assuming her current position. She is also active on a 
county and statewide level in many educational support 
groups and associations. She has been elected to be the 
female representative for Regions 1 through 8. 

She attended high school at Rineyville High School in 
Hardin County before enrolling at the University of Louisville 
where she received her B.S. Degree. She then received her 
M.A. and Rank I Certification from Western Kentucky 
University. She is married to Ralph Allen, and has two 
children, Tim, a graduate of the University of Kentucky, and 
Meg, a freshman at Miami of Ohio. 

Charles Henr\' will replace Grant Talbott of Owensboro 
High School as the minohty representative for Regions 1 
through 8. Henry has served as Principal at Paducah 
Tilghman High School since 1984 following 14 years of 
service to that school as Assistant Principal. Prior to his 
work at Paducah Tilghman, Henry served six years as a 
teacher at the Jetton Junior High School. 

Henry's education began with his graduation from 
Springfield High School in Springfield, Ohio and continued 
with his undergraduate study at Wittenberg University in 
Ohio. He received his M.A. and Rank I Certification from 
Murray State University and his Doctorate from the East 
Tennessee School of Religion. 

Henry, who has served as Superintendent and remains 
an active member of the Christian Methodist Episcopal 
Church and many of its committees and activities, also 
serves as Pastor of the Cleaves Memorial Methodist Church. 
He is also active in the Kentucky Association of School 
Administrators and serves on that group's insurance 
committee. 

Henry and his wife Joan have three daughters, Christine 
Henry Borden, Sharon Elaine, and Renee Michelle, and one 
son, Charles, Jr. 



Pearl Ray Lefevers, who has served as Principal of Bell 
County High School for the last six years, will replace 
Charies Wilson of Leslie County High School and will 
represent Regions 13 and 14. Lefevers has spent 30 years 
with the Bell County system, serving as a teacher. Head 
Teacher, Elementary School Principal, Assistant 
Superintendent, and his current position at the High School. 

A graduate of Bell County, Lefevers received his 
bachelor's degree from Lincoln Memorial University in 
Harrogate, Tennessee before attending Eastern Kentucky 
University where he was awarded both his Masters' degree 
and Rank I Certification. Active in the community, Lefevers 
is a past President of the Bell County Education Association, 
has served as Chairman of the Cumberiand River Comp 
Care Center for the past fifteen years, and is an active 
member of the Kentucky Association of School 
Administrators and the Kentucky Education Association. He 
also serves on the Advisory Board of Southeast Community 
College and on the Graduate Advisory Board of Union 
College in Barbourville. 

In addition to his school duties Lefevers serves as State 
Representative for the 87th Legislative District which 
encompasses Whitley and Bell Counties. He is a member of 
the Education, State Government, Natural Resources, Ethics 
and several ad hoc committees of the House of 
Representatives. 

Lefevers and his wife, Bessie, have two daughters, Emily, 
and Joyce Mary Lefevers Hurley. 

Marvin Moore, ready to begin his fourteenth year at the 
helm of Rowan County High School, will replace outgoing 
Board of Control President Frank Welch of Belfry High 
School as the representative for Regions 15 and 16. Moore 
has been the Principal at Rowan County High School since 
1975 following seven years as of classroom instruction as an 
elementary P.E. teacher. 

Moore's personal education background began with his 
graduation from Wayland High School in 1963, followed by 
his receiving his B.A., M.A. and Rank I Certification from 
Morehead State University. Active in the Morehead 
community, Moore is a members of many local civic and 
community groups as well as the Kentucky Association of 
School Administrators and the Kentucky Association of 
School Principals and has been recognized as an 
Outstanding Local Teacher and Who's Who in Outstanding 
Educators. 

While Moore's vocation is in the school business, his 
avocation is definitely basketball officiating. He is particularly 

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Editor TOM MILLS 

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Assistant Editor BRIGID L. OeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Frank Welch (1 984-1 988) Belfry, Vice-President - 
Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Directors - William 
Case (1987-1991) Paris, Sam Chandler (1986-1990) 
Shelbyville, Huston DeHaven (1987-1991) Hardinsburg, 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Tony dinger (1984- 
1989) Lexington, Grant Talbott (1984-1988) Ovi/ensboro, Ken 
Tippett (1985-1989) Versailles, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, State Department of Education - Harry Loy. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



(Newly Elected Board Of Control Members Continued from Page One) 

proud of his memberships In the Ohio Valley Conference, 
Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and Great 
Lakes Valley Conference collegiate officiating associations 
and works a busy college schedule. In addition, Moore 
worked a full high school schedule through this past season, 
and his outstanding work has been rewarded on five 
occasions by his selection to work in the Boys' State 
Tournament. 

Marvin has three children, Dwayne, 22, a student at 
Morehead State, Carey, 12 and John 10, who attend 
Maytown Elementary in Floyd County. 

Liz Trabandt, Assistant Principal at Russell High School 
has served In her current position since 1982, with primary 
duties concerning student activities and discipline. Prior to 
accepting her current assignment, she served as an 
instructor in health and physical education for thirteen years. 
Other prior experiences in athletics include middle school 
and high school coaching in gymnastics, track, volleyball 
and basketball. She has been elected to serve as the 
female representative for Regions 9 through 16. 

She is a graduate of Ashland High School, and received 
her B.A. in Health, Physical Education and Psychology from 
Morehead State University. She later received both her MA. 
and Rank I Certification from Morehead State. 

Trabandt is currently a member of the Delta Kappa 
Gamma Society, the Kentucky Association of School 
Administrators, the National Association of Secondary 
School Principals, the Kentucky Association of Secondary 
School Principals, and is a lifetime member of the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association. In addition, the Ashland 
resident has recently assumed the duties of President of the 
Russell Education Association, 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building in Lexington, 
Kentucky, on Thursday, April 21, 1988. The meeting was 
called to order at 1;00 p.m. by President Frank Welch. All 
Board Members, Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive 
Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. 
DeVries and Louis Stout and Sports Information Director 
Julian Tackett were present. Mr. Harry Loy was present 
representing the State Department of Education. Mr. Welch 
called upon Mr. Sam Chandler to give the invocation. 

President Welch called on Coach Don Rice, Ninth & 
Baptist, who was representing Sherry Cline. Sherry's mother, 
Mary Austin, was also present. Coach Rice had requested a 
hearing before the Board to appeal the decision of the 
Commissioner as it relates to By-Law 3, Age Rule. Sherry had 
been ruled ineligible to participate in athletics for the 1988-89 
school year due to the fact she will attain the age of nineteen 
on September 7. Following Coach Rice's appeal and 
questions to him and to Mrs. Austin by the Board members, 
Sam Chandler made a ^notion that the Board nottake action in 
this case until more inrormation could be ascertained. Charlie 
Wilson seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

The next appeal was requested by Jason Burkhardt's 
father, John Burkhardt. Jason had transferred from Holy 
Cross High School to Valley High School and had been ruled 
ineligible to participate in interscholastic athletics under the 
provisions of By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. Following Mr. 
Burkhardt's appeal and a discussion thereof by the Board 
members. Bill Case made a motion that the Board uphold the 
Commissioner's ruling in this case. Sam Chandler seconded 
the motion which carried by a vote of 8-1, 

President Welch then called on Brad Jenkins, a student at 
Central High School who had requested a hearing before the 
Board to appeal his ineligibility to participate in athletics 
during the 1987-88 school year. Coach Ed Portman was also 
present with Brad. Following Brad's presentation, Sam 
Chandler made a motion that the ruling of the Commissioner 
be waived in this case. Charlie Miller seconded the motion 
which passed by a vote of 6-3. 

Tom Buchanan made a motion, seconded by Charlie 
Wilson, that the minutes of the March meeting of the Board be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Charlie Wilson moved that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning March 1 and ending March 31. 1988 be 
allowed. The motion was seconded by Sam Chandler and 
carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy Wise gave the following report on 
the Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments: 

Boys Attendance: 135,866 

Ticket Sales: $768, 546.00 

Expenses: $220,963.98 (approx.) 

Girls Attendance: 30,825 

Ticket Sales: $131,358.00 

Expenses: $90,616.87 (approx.) 

Mr. Wise stated that the final audit would appear in the 
August issue of the "Athlete". 

Grant Talbott made a motion, seconded by Tony dinger, 
that the Board go into Closed Session to discuss the 
recommendations of the Executive Committee with regard to 
salaries and contracts for the 1988-89. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Charlie Miller moved that the Board go back into Open 
Session. Grant Talbott seconded the motion. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

(Minutes Of The Board Meeting Continued on Page Five) 



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PAGE THREE 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

ANNUAL MEETING 

April 22, 1988 



The 71st Annual Meeting of the Kentuc(<y High School 
Athletic Association was held on Friday, April 22, 1 988, at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington. 
The invocation was given by Sam Chandler. 

President Frank Welch called the meeting to order at 1 1 :00 
a.m. Sixty-four elected delegates or alternates answered the 
roll call. 

Commissioner Tom IVIills then presented a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1987-88 school year. 
Jerry Jenkins moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the 
report be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. (The 
Commissioner's report is printed elsewhere in this issue of 
the "Athlete.) 

Commissioner Ivlills introduced newly elected members on 
the Board of Control to the Delegate Assembly as follows: 
Alexandra "Sandy" Allen - Principal, Ballard High School, 
Representing Regions 1-8; Charles Henry - Principal, 
Paducah Tilghman High School, Representing Regions 1-8; 
Pearl Ray Lefevers - Principal, Bell County High School, 
Representing Regions 13-14; f\/larvin IVIoore - Principal, 
Rowan County High School, Representing Regions 15-16; 
Elizabeth Trabandt - Asst. Principal, Russell High School, 
Representing Regions 9-16. 

President Welch stated that presentation of proposals was 
the next order of business. 

PROPOSAL FROM THE FLOOR 

Dale Kirk moved, seconded by Wilton Gant that the Board 
of Control be granted permission to present a proposal from 
the floor. The motion passed unanimously. 

The Board of Control presented the following proposal: 

Item number 3 under By-Law 25, Section 4, Football, be 
changed to read as follows: The first game shall not take 
place prior to twelve (1 2) weekends prior to the weekend of 
the first round of the state play-offs through the remainder of 
the current period of classification (through the 1 990 season). 
Beginning with the 1991 football season, the rule shall again 
stipulate that the first game shall not take place prior to eleven 
(1 1 ) weekends prior to the weekend of the first round of the 
state play-offs. 

Paul Young moved, seconded by Phil Back, that the Board 
Proposal be adopted. The motion passed unanimously. 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal James E. Stevens, Ivladisonville North Hopkins 
High School and Principal David Points, fvlontgomery County 
High School proposes that the first paragraph of By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule be changed to read as follows: "Any student 
both foreign and domestic being enrolled in grades 9 through 
12 who changes school shall be ineligible for 36 school 
weeks." Jack Smoot moved, seconded by Phil Back, that 
Proposal I be adopted. The motion passed by a vote of 58-4. 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Peter Flaig, Trinity High School (Louisville) 
proposes to amend By-Law 24, Nos. 1 . (5), 2. (5), 3. (5), 4. (5), 5. 
(5), 6. (5), 7. (5), 8. (5), 9. (5), 10. (5), 11. (5) and 12. (5). "The 
season ends at all levels of play (grades 9-12) at the 
conclusion of the varsity team's last regular season contest..." 
to read as follows: "The season ends at all levels of play 
(grades 9-12) on the Saturday preceding the first K.H.S.A.A. 
Tournament (District, Region, or State)". Paul Young moved, 
seconded by William Hardin that Proposal II be adopted. The 
motion failed by a vote of 36-24. 



PROPOSAL III 

Principal Bill VanWinkle, Owensboro High School pro- 
poses that By-Law 25, Limitation of Seasons, Section 1 
through 1 2 (Section #5 under each sport) be changed to read 
as follows: "The season ends at all levels of play (grades 9 
through 1 2) at the conclusion of the varsity team's last regular 
season contest, with the exception that the varsity team (or 
team member) may play through its elimination from 
K.H.S.A.A. state championship competition. There shall be no 
further practice or play until the designated date for start of 
practice in the next academic year. John W. McCarley moved, 
seconded by Joe Dan Gold that Proposal III be adopted. The 
motion failed by a vote of 14-45. 

PROPOSAL IV 

Principal Tom Swartz, Pikeville High School proposes that 
the following section be added to By-Law 25, Limitation of 
Seasons - Basketball: "Eighth grade females who participate 
in a fall junior high school basketball season may play on the 
high school (grade 9-12) team(s) during the regular season. 

George Horton moved that Proposal IV be amended by 
changing the word females to students. Phil Back seconded 
the motion and it passed by a vote of 50-0. 

Grant Robinson then moved that Proposal IV be amended 
by adding "students who participate in a fall junior high 
school season or on other league teams may play on the high 
school (grade 9-12) team(s) during the regular season". 
Danney Haney seconded the motion. The motion to amend 
failed by a vote of 3-52. 

James Walker moved, seconded by Sherrill Slone, that 
Proposal IV be adopted as amended. The motion failed to 
receive the necessary 2/3 votes for passage. The vote was 
42-18. 

Dudley Hilton moved that Proposal IV be reconsidered. Bill 
Van Winkle seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 
46-18. 

Claude Guidroz moved, seconded by Phil Back, that 
Proposal IV be adopted as amended. The motion passed by a 
vote 48-15. 

PROPOSAL V 

Principal Ken Cox, Tates Creek High School proposes that 
By-Law 5, Section 1 , Continual Progress be changed to read 
as follows: "A contestant must have, for the current academic 
school year up to the last mid-term grade report or end of 
semester grade report, a passing average in each of at least 
four full credit high school subjects or their eqivalent in units 
of credits accepted for graduation." Sherrill Slone moved, 
seconded by John McCarley, that Proposal V be adopted. 
The motion failed by a vote of 9-54. 

PROPOSAL VI 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 25, 
Limitation of Season be changed to permit season play in all 
spring sports to begin the first f^onday of the week following 
the completion of the last basketball tournament beginning 
with the 1988-89 school year. The present beginning date is 
April 1 . Phil Back moved, seconded by Frankie Francis, that 
Proposal VI be adopted. The motion passed by a voteof59-4. 

PROPOSAL VII 

Principal Kay Lancaster, Christian County High School and 
Principal William F. Baker, Boone County High School 
propose that By-Law 25, Limitation of Seasons - Football, be 
changed to read as follows: "Organized practice in pads shall 
not begin n^ore than 30 calendar days prior to the Friday of the 
first weekend that member schools may schedule a varsity 
game." Art Douglas moved, seconded by Dale Kirk, that 
Proposal VII be adopted. The motion passed 53-4. 

Jimmie F. Staton moved, seconded by Frankie Francis, that 
the meeting be adjourned. The motion passed unanimously. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1988 




1987-88 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 



Two hundred ninety-one schools joined the Association 
for the 1987-88 school year. Seven of these schools enroll 
girls only and five have only boys. In 1986-87 there were 293 
schools, in 1985-86 there were 294. 

There were 200 schools involved in Football. Classes A, 
AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were played at the 
Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was approximately 
14,335 and gross receipts were $71,899.50. Expenses 
involved in conducting the state football playoffs were 
$32,438.22. The approximate gross receipts from the Football 
District, Regional and Sectional Playoff games were 
$313,748.00 with expenses of conducting these games 
reported as $86,084.36. Paid attendance at the 53 games 
reporting (out of a total of 60) was approximately 101,148. All 
profits from the District, Regional and Sectional football 
playoff games are divided among the participating schools 
with no monies being received by the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was sixty- 
three. The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was held at 
Fairdale High School, Louisville, Kentucky on October 30-31 , 
1987. Expenses incurred were $4,216.66 with receipts of 
$4,596.00. 

In Cross Country 188 boys' teams entered twenty-four 
regional meets. One hundred seventy-seven girls' teams 
entered all three classes in twenty-three regionals. The 
expenses incurred in sponsoring this sport were $14,584.66 
and the receipts were $5,061 .00. Classes A, AA and AAA were 
held in Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

There were 102 schools competing in Soccer. The State 
Tournament was held in Lexington from November 2-7, 1 987. 
The receipts were $19,278.00 and expenses incurred were 
$11,802.56. 

There were fifty schools competing in Wrestling in eight 
districts and four regions with the winner and runner-up in 
each weight class advancing to the state finals The 
championship tournament was held at Atherton High School. 
Expenditures incurred were $12,589.13. The receipts were 
$13,675.00. 

In Swimming seventy girls' teams and seventy-one boys' 
teams competed for the championships. The meets were held 
at Memorial Coliseum, University of Kentucky, Lexington, 
Kentucky on March 4-5, 1988. The receipts were $3,480.00 
and the expenses were $8,389.31. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' and girls' 
district Basketball tournaments were approximately 
$508,636.00 while the regional tournaments took in approx- 
imately $601,818.00 for a total of $1,110,454.00. All profits 
from the District and Regional Basketball Tournaments are 
divided among the participating schools with no monies 
being received by the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. Ticketed attendance at the Boys' State Tourna- 
ment was approximately 135,866 as compared to 140,266 for 
last year. The gross ticket receipts this year for the tourna- 
ment are estimated at $768,546.00 with expenditures of 
approximately $221,053.58. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament was 
30,825 compared to 27,976 for last year. The gross ticket 
receipts were $131,358.00 with expenditures of approx- 
imately $90,61 6.87. A complete report will appear in the audit. 

In the other sports that are to follow, 272 Baseball teams will 
compete in sixty-three districts and sixteen regions; 211 
Softball teams will compete in twelve regions; 208 girls' and 
210 boys' Track teams will compete in twelve regions each; 
1 53 girls' and 202 boys' Golf teams will play in 1 9 regions; 21 2 
girls' and 205 boys' Tennis teams will play in twelve regions. 
State championship meets will be held in Baseball at 



Elizabethtown; Softball in Louisville; Track at the University of 
Kentucky; girls' Golf at Elizabethtown Country Club, Elizabeth- 
town; boys' Golf at Lincoln Trails Country Club Golf Course, 
Vine Grove; Tennis at the University of Kentucky. 

For your information, the receipts and expenditures 
incurred during the 1986-87 spring sports season are as 
follows: 





Receipts 


Expenditures 


Baseball 


$5,500.00 


$10,888.95 


Golf 


0.00 


10,782.23 


Softball 


3,800.00 


10,254.99 


Tennis 


112.00 


14,077.99 


Track 


7,358.00 


44,450.79 



A total of 2785 officials registered with the Officials' Division 
of the Association as of April 12, 1988, and the number of 
approved and certified officials in each sport are as follows: 



Registered Approved Certified 



Total 



Baseball 


323 


154 


121 


598 


Basketball 


618 


343 


539 


1500 


Football 


173 


194 


392 


759 


Soccer 


101 


77 


31 


209 


Softball 


251 


94 


1 


356 


Track & Field 


24 


2 


1 


27 


Volleyball 


56 


23 


7 


86 


Wrestling 


36 


2 


7 


45 



Billy V. Wise conducted twelve clinics in Football and 
seventeen in Basketball for officials and coaches. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries conducted three track 
clinics and three volleyball clinics for officials and coaches. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissioners, the 
Sports Information Director and I are grateful for the 
cooperation the superintendents, principals, athletic 
directors and coaches have given us in running the program 
for the Association. 




Game Guy 
Award 

Sonny Gloyd 



The Game Guy Trophy is awarded to a high school athlete 
in the State of Kentucky who has overcome a physical 
handicap and participated in high school athletics. Sonny 
was the unanimous choice of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Game Guy Award Committee for the 
1988 trophy. 

Sonny is a senior at Logan County High School in 
Russellville, where he plays football. He is also active in other 
school clubs and organizations. Sonny was stricken with 
cancer in 1986, his sophomore year. He had to undergo 
surgery and a series of radiation treatments before returning 
to school. After this time, doctors diagnosed the cancer as 
being in remission. In September of 1987, the doctors found 
that the cancer had returned. By October 1 st he was forced to 
resume taking medication and chemotherapy treatments. He 
is presently completing a cycle of chemotherapy treatments 
which will continue through May, 1 988. Sonny was honored 
for his continued effort and support by receiving the 110% 
Award. 



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PAGE FIVE 



(Minutes Of The Board Meeting Continued from Page Two) 

Frank Welch presented the recommendations of the 
Executive Committee. 

Grant Talbott made a motion that the Executive Com- 
mittee's Report be accepted. Sam Chandler seconded the 
motion, which carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills discussed a communique he had 
received from Dr. Quin Bailey and the Kentucky Medical 
Association. Dr. Bailey had requested financial assistance in 
printing and distributing a brochure entitled "Athlete Drug 
Problems". Commissioner Mills advised the Board that the 
Association is in the planning stages of providing a drug 
awareness program to all students in grades 5-12. This 
program is in conjunction with the National Federation's 
Target Program. Following a discussion of this drug program, 
Tom Buchanan made a motion that the Commissioner be 
authorized to proceed with the Target Drug Awareness 
Program. Charlie Wilson seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. On the subject of assisting the Kentucky 
Medical Association with their request, the K.H.S.A.A. will 
continue to assist in the distribution of their brochures. 

A discussion ensued regarding requests received by 
Commissioner Mills from Bath County and Powell County to 
change their basketball districts. Bath County requested to 
move from Region 10, District 40 to Region 16, District 61. 
Powell County had requested to move from Region 14, 
District 56 to Region 10, District 40. Charlie Miller made 
motion seconded by Charlie Wilson, that these schools be 
granted permission to make these moves. The motion carried 
by a vote of eight in favor of the motion and one opposed. 

The next item of discussion concerned a request from 
Madison Southern to be placed in Class A, Region II, District II 
and the reclassification of Madison Central High School into 
Class AAA, Region II, District II for the 1989 football season. 
Following a discussion of these requests, Charlie Wilson 
made a motion, seconded by Tony dinger, thatthese schools 
be placed as requested. The motion carried by a vote of 8 in 
favor and 1 opposed. 

Following a lengthy discussion regarding the procedure 
for accepting bids for the Boys and Girls State Basketball 
Tournaments in 1990-91, Sam Chandler made a motion, 
seconded by Tony dinger that Commissioner Mills be 
authorized to advertise for bids to host these tournaments. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Grant Talbott moved, seconded by Tom Buchanan that the 
Board continue to provide catastrophic insurance for 
member schools. In order to maintain the deductible at 
$3,500, the Board will absorb the increase in the cost of this 
service. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a discuss'on of whether to shorten the length of 
the Coaches Box (Rule 10-5 which was put into effect during 
the 1987-88 basketball season) Ken Tippett made a motion, 
seconded by Charlie Miller, that the Board continue with the 
same box length as is now being used. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Executive Asst. Wise then presented a proposal which 
would increase the fees of football and basketball officials to 
$35.00/game plus .15/mile. Commissioner Stout recom- 
mended to the Board that baseball officials' fees be increased 
to $45.00 for a doubleheader plus .15/mile for all mileage 
over 50 miles. The fee for a single game will remain at $22.50. 
Huston DeHaven made a motion that these recommendations 
be accepted. Charlie Wilson seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to be 
held at Lake Berkley on Friday and Saturday, July 29-30. 

Huston DeHaven made a motion, seconded by Tony 
dinger, that Outgoing President Frank Welch and Outgoing 
Vice President Tom Buchanan be named Delegate and 
Alternate respectively to the forthcoming 69th Annual 
Meeting of the National Federation to be held in Kansas City, 
Missouri, beginning July 5, 1988. 

There being no further business, Grant Talbott made a 
motion the meeting be adjourned. Bill Case seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 



KIDS NEED SUMMER 

(The following article appeared in the Wisconsin Inter- 
scholastic Activities Association Bulletin.) 



It's summer again! 

Summer — that great time of the year, particularly for school 
people, when things aren't quite as hectic as the other nine 
months on the calendar. 

True, it isn't a total time for relaxation and revitalization. 
There are annual meetings and budget battles for many of our 
administrators, and there are teacher layoffs being sweated 
out by coaches. There even is a significant amount of 
classroom activity in the majority of our school districts in the 
summer. 

But the pace isn't quite the same in the summer as the rest 
of the year. 

Summer really should be "summer" for our young athletes. 
It should be a time for "fun and games," for fishmg and 
families and picnics and trips. It should be a time to rest from 
the demands and the disciplines of sports. 

Not all coaches, not all parents let their kids have a 
"summer." A lot of them think they are doing their boys and 
girls a big favor by keeping them involved in the routines of 
their sport. They give all sorts of reasons in defense of their 
positions, all the way to using that well worn out question: 
"Wouldn't you rather have kids wrestling or in basketball 
camp than smoking pot or something like that?" 

To tell the truth, "Yes, we'd rather have them in sports, even 
in the summer, than in drugs or whatever." But, we'd also 
rather have them doing something other than organized 
wrestling or going to basketball camp in the summer. We'd 
like to have them left alone a little bit as far as organized sports 
activity IS concerned — left alone to do what they want to do 
for awhile. How about letting those kids only worry about 
whether or not they can find enough other kids to make up a 
slow pitch Softball team? 

If high school age boys and girls really want to stay deeply 
involved in their particular sport during the summer, they 
should not be denied that opportunity. But it is important that it 
be their own decision. The coach should not be pushing them 
in any way, subtle or otherwise, and administrators should 
impress this point on their coaches. Parents push kids, too, 
but that's something school people can't control. They can 
reason with them and recommend to them but that's as far as 
they can go. 

Summer is such a short time. It's too short. It doesn't even 
start until June is well underway, and before it's two months 
old, it's all over. By the first part of August, we're back at it 
again, getting ready for another school year of sports. 

Boys and girls spend nearly 75 per cent of their first 18 
years going to school, and a great many of them spend nearly 
75 per cent of those school years involved in some kind of 
organized athletic program That's a lot of regimentation for a 
growing child. That's a lot of time not to have time to do 
something just for the fun of it. 

We shouldn't do anything that cheats our kids out of 
summer. They need that time. They want that time. They 
especially need and want that time because they're kids. The 
opportunities summer affords kids never will knock at their 
door once their school days are over. Let's not do anything 
that would prevent them from opening that door. 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1988 



J.B. MANSFIELD AWARD 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Chanin Giilock, Bullitt East 

The J.B. Mansfield Award for 1988 was won by Cfianin 
Glllock of Bullitt East. Miss Giilock fias been a participant In 
many sctiool activities and clubs, was active In the com- 
munity, maintained a tremendous academic achievement 
record, and helped pace the Bullitt East Lady Chargers to the 
1988 Girls State Tournament. 

The J.B. Mansfield Award IS given annually by the Louisville 
Courier-Journal In memory of Mr. Joe Billy Mansfield, 
long-time Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
employee who served as an Assistant Commissioner from 
1949 to 1972, and as Commissioner from 1972 until his III 
health forced him to leave the Association In December of 
1975. A committee of school personnel from throughout the 
state selects the winner from the participant In the Girls' State 
Tournament who excels In four areas: basketball ability, 
sportsmanship, academic accomplishments, and citizenship 

Winners of the award have been -- 

1975 - Donna Murphy, Newport 

1976 - Sue DIckman, Covington Holy Cross 

1977 - Debbie Johnson, Tates Creek 

1978 - Irene Moore, Breathitt County 

1979 - Beth Wllkerson, Pans 

1980 - Jackie Bearden, Dixie Heights 

1981 - Laura Seay, Marshall County 

1982 - Lisa Jarrett, Marshall County 

1983 - TIphanie Bates, Whitesburg 

1984 - Sabrlna Tussey, Belfry 

1985 - DIna Disney. Meade County 

1986 - Lisa Doyle, Mason County 

1987 - Angel Stevens, Breathitt County 

1988 - Chanin Giilock, Bullitt East 




Lisa Harrison, Southern 

Junior Lisa Harrison of Southern was named the Most 
Valuable Player of the Girls Sweet Sixteen Tournament for 
1 988. Harrison's play In the four games for the Lady Trojans 
was nothing short of domination as she scored 98 points, 
pulled down 40 rebounds, had 6 blocked shots and 1 3 steals 
as she paced Bill Brown's club to the title. Included in her 
tournament performances were a 31 point, 1 rebound outing 
In the semifinals against Ohio County and a 27 point. 16 
rebound showing against Manual. In winning the award. 
Harrison became the third consecutive underclassman to 
capture the trophy after leading their team to the title. 

Winners of the award have been -- 

Boys' Tournament 

1981 - Troy McKinley, Simon Kenton 

1982 - Todd May, VIrgie 

1983 - Steve Miller, Henry Clay 

1984 - Fred TIsdale, Logan County 

1985 - Wendell Quarles, Hopklnsvllle 

1986 - Reggie Hanson, Pulaski County 

1987 - Richie Farmer, Clay County 

1988 - Richie Farmer, Clay County 

Girls' Tournament 

1981 - Lorl HInes, Pulaski County 

1982 - Maria Poschlnger, Mercy Academy 

1983 - Clemette Hasklns. Warren Central 

1984 - Carol Parker, Marshall County 

1985 - Annette Jones, Atherton 

1986 - Nancy Crutcher, Oldham County 

1987 - Joretta Carney, Laurel County 

1988 - Lisa Harrison, Southern 



K.H.S.A.A. SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 

Instituted in 1 985, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sweet Sixteen Academic Scholarship Awards are designed to 
honor one or more participant(s) in the Boys' and Girls' State Tournaments who have excelled in the classroom and on the 
basketball floor. The awards are in the form of financial assistance to be used at the Kentucky college or university of the recipient's 
choice to help offset educational expenses. For 1988, the Dawahares stores provided the funds for two scholarships for 
participants in the boys tournament and one for a participant In the girls' tournament while the Frankfort Organizing Committee 
provided an additional scholarship for a participant in the girls' tournament. 

For the 1 988 Tournaments, four winners were selected. Richie Farmer of Clay County (pictured as the state tournament M.V.P.) 
and Jeff Whitney of Warren East excelled In the classroom as well as helping lead their teams to berths in the Boys Sweet Sixteen 
Tournament. Sarah Murphy of Boone County was named as the Dawahares scholar for the girls' tournament while Candace 
Sturglll of Fleming-Neon was named the winner of the Frankfort Host Committee Scholarship. These two ladles were integral parts 
of their teams drive for the state tournament with their academic and athletic prowess served as an example to many of their 
teammates. 

Winners of the awards have been -- 



Boys' Tournament 

1985 - Chip Nixon, Metcalfe County 

1986 - Jeff Baldwin, Palntsvllle 

- John Calvert, Hopklnsvllle 

- Justin Hancock, Paducah Tllghman 

1987 - Jerry Butler, Mason County 



- Mike MInix, Palntsvllle 

- Chris Turner, Warren Central 
1988 - Jeff Whitney, Warren East 

- Richie Farmer. Clay County 



Girls' Tournament 

1985 - Tammy Golden. Whitley County 

1986 - Jana Newman. Wayne County 

1987 - Kelly Smith. Laurel County 

1988 - Sarah Murphy. Boone County 

- Candace Sturglll, Fleming-Neon 



From The Commissioner's Office (Ml©?!!! ® (^(y]©f ( 



OFFICIALS RE-REGISTRATION MATERIAL HAS BEEN NAILED 

Materials for currently registered officials in all sports to re-register for 
the 1988-89 academic year have been mailed. It is the responsibility of the 
official to return this information and the fees to the Association office 
postmarked no later than June 30. After that date, the registration fee is $27 
for the first sport, and $15 for each additional. There will be no waiver from 
this fee structure regardless of the reason. If you have not received your 
re-registration materials, please contact this office immediately in order that 
you will be able to return the card and appropriate fee before the deadline. 

CORRECTION TO RE -REG I STRATI ON BOOKLET 

The booklet with instructions for officials on re-registration contained and 
error under the fee structure for payment of game officials. Soccer officials 
are to be paid $28 per game (2 man system) and $22 per game (3 man system) plus 
fifteen cents per mile for all miles over 50 miles. The mileage cut-off for 
baseball and softball is also 50 miles. 

NOTICE TO ALL TENNIS SCHOOLS 

We have received information from the National Federation office concerning the 
"National Boys Interscholastic Championships" to be held in June at Duke 
University. Because this is a national championship tournament, schools may 
not play as school teams in the event as it is a violation of National 
Federation guidelines and would not be a sanctioned event. 

PLEA FOR FOOTBALL SCHEDULES 

At press time, the following schools have not submitted football schedules for 
the 1988 school year -- Adair County, Allen Central, Allen County-Scottsville, 
Boone County, Boyle County, Breckinridge County, Carroll County, Casey County, 
Central, Daviess County, DeSales, Estill County, Fort Campbell, Frankfort, 
Harrodsburg, Henry County, Hopkinsville, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, Kentucky 
School f/t Deaf, Lafayette, Lewis County, M.C. Napier, Madison Southern, Marion 
County, Mason County, Millersburg Military Institute, Morgan County, Newport, 
North Hardin, Pulaski County, Shawnee, Waggener, Wayne County, West Carter, 
West Hardin, Wheelwright. 

WILSON NAMES MORRIS AS OUTSTANDING IN REGION 

Wilson Sporting Goods has named Jack Morris of Mayfield as the Region Three 
(NC, SC, KY, TN, GA, FL, AL) National High School Athletic Coaches Association 
Coach of the Year. Congratulartions to Coach Morris. 

SPECIAL THANKS TO MEDIA REPRESENTATIVES 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association would like to thank several 
members of the media for their help throughout the year. Mike Fields at the 
Lexington Herald Leader has helped on numerous occasions with photographs and 
information as has Bob White with the Courier Journal. Larry Vaught, President 
of the A. P. Sports Editors and Mike Embry, the Lexington correspondent for A. P. 
have helped on numerous occasions as has Dave Baker, Weekend Sports Anchor for 
WKYT Channel 27 in Lexington. Thanks to all of these and the many other 
representatives of the media for their constant help. 



ATHLETIC TRAINER'S SOCIETY LOOKING TO HELP SCHOOLS 

The Kentucky Athletic Trainer's Society is pleased to announced the formation 
of the Student Athletic Trainer Membership Classification. Student members 
will be invited to attend meetings and meet other student and professional 
trainers around the state. Membership will also make them eligible to win a 
college scholarship. Membership dues, only $3.00 per year, may be set to Mr. 
Keith Webster, Vice-President, KATS, Head Athletic Trainer, Morehead State 
University, UPO Box 742, Morehead, 40351. 

Also, Morehead will be conducting a Student Athletic Training Camp on June 
19-22, 1988 at Morehead in conjunction with the Phil Simms Football Camp. 
Contact Mr. Webster for any further information. 

REMINDER TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS AND OPEN DATES 

The first playing date for football in 1988 is August 19. The Football Playoff 
Championships games will be the second Friday and Saturday following 
Thanksgiving Day. The Board of Control has voted to waive the starting date 
limitation for three years allowing the schools to begin regular season play on 
the same dates as was previously published until the end of the current 
classification period. This decision was then affirmed by a unanimous vote of 
the Delegate Assembly at its meeting on April 22. Beginning in 1991, the first 
playing date will again be eleven weekends prior to the first round of the 
playoffs. This means that the football playing schools have twelve possible 
playing weeks for the next three seasons, but are still limited to eleven 
contests. 

The first legal date for practice in pads is July 20. Pads is defined as any 
football equipment, including but not limited to, the helmet, shoulder pads, 
hip pads, girdle pads, knee pads, thigh pads and padded uniform pants. Please 
remember to inform the Association office as to open dates and to contact this 
office when you fill an open date. 

According to the football schedules which have been submitted at press time, 
the following schools are open on the following dates. Keep in mind that many 
of these schools which are open may already have an eleven game schedule -- 

Week 1 (August 19) - Atherton, Ballard, Bardstown, Bath County, Beechwood, 
Bryan Station, Bullitt Central, Butler, Butler County, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Conner, Cumberland, Danville, Dixie Heights, Doss, DuPont 
Manual, East Hardin, Eastern, Eminence, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Franklin 
County, Franklin-Simpson, Garrard County, Green County, Hancock County, 
Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross (Louisville), Johns Creek, Knox Central, Larue 
County, Lloyd Memorial, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Magoffin County, Male, 
Mayfield, Mercer County, Moore, Murray, North Bullitt, Ohio County, Owen 
County, Owensboro, Phelps, Pleasure Ridge Park, Russell County, Scott County, 
Seneca, Shelby County, South Hopkins, Southern, Todd County Central, Trigg 
County, Trinity (Louisville), Union County, Valley, Western 

Week 2 (August 26) - Fern Creek, Logan County, Moore, Owensboro, Scott 
County 

Week 3 (September 2) - Beechwood, Boyd County, Evarts, Jessamine County, 
Logan County, Ludlow, Oldham County, Phelps, Sheldon Clark 

Week 4 (September 9) - Berea, Boyd County, Cawood, Corbin, Crittenden 
County, Fleming-Neon, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Simon Kenton 

Week 5 (September 16) - Barren County, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Leslie 
County, Murray, Washington County 



Week 6 (September 23) - Bullitt East, Cumberland, Edmonson County, 
Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Virgie 

Week 7 (September 30) - Bourbon County, Ludlow 

Week 8 (October 7) - Caverna, Clay County, Lawrence County, Magoffin 
County, Ohio County, Oldham County, Somerset, Union County 

Week 9 (October 14) - Anderson County, Apollo, Breathitt County, Madison, 
Pineville, Prestonsburg, Rowan County, Williamsburg 

Week 10 (October 21) - Hart County, Leslie County, Logan County, Magoffin 
County, Paris, South Hopkins, Trinity (Louisville) 

Week 11 (October 28) - Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Larue County, Magoffin 
County, Metcalfe County 

Week 12 (November 4th) - Anderson County, Atherton, Ballard, Ballard 
Memorial, Bardstown, Barren County, Bath County, Belfry, Bell County, 
Bellevue, Berea, Betsy Layne, Bowling Green, Boyd County, Bryan Station, 
Butler, Caldwell County, Campbell County, Campbellsville, Caverna, Cawood, 
Christian County, Clay County, Conner, Corbin, Covington Catholic, Crittenden 
County, Cumberland, Danville, Dayton, Doss, DuPont Manual, East Carter, 
Eastern, Edmonson County, Elkhorn City, Eminence, Evarts, Fairdale, Fairview, 
Fleming County, Fleming-Neon, Fulton City, Fulton County, Garrard County, 
George Rogers Clark, Glasgow, Graves County, Grayson County, Greenup County, 
Greenville, Harlan, Harrison County, Hazard, Heath, Henderson County, Henry 
Clay, Highlands, Holy Cross (Louisville), Jenkins, Jessamine County, Johns 
Creek, Johnson Central, Knott County Central, Knox Central, Laurel County, 
Leslie County, Lincoln County, Lone Oak, Ludlow, Lynn Camp, Madison Central, 
Magoffin County, Male, Marshall County, McCreary Central, McLean County, 
Meade County, Mercer County, Metcalfe County, Middlesboro, Monroe County, 
Montgomery County, Nelson County, Newport Central Catholic, Nicholas County, 
Oldham County, Owensboro Catholic, Paducah Tilghman, Paintsville, Paris, Paul 
Blazer, Pikeville, Pineville, Pleasure Ridge Park, Prestonsburg, Raceland, 
Rockcastle County, Rowan County, Russell, Russell County, Russellville, 
Scott, Scott County, Seneca, Shelby County, Sheldon Clark, Simon Kenton, 
Somerset, Southern, St. Xavier, Tates Creek, Taylor County, Trinity 
(Louisville), Valley, Virgie, Warren Central, Warren East, Washington County, 
Webster County, Western, Western Hills, Whitesburg, Whitley County, Woodford 
County 

In addition, the following special dates have been reported to the office -- 

Complete Schedule - Kentucky Country Day has dropped football, and all schools 
previously scheduled to play them are now open. This includes Owen County 
(8/26), Dayton (9/16), Eminence (9/23) and Henry County (10/14). 

Pre-Season - Lafayette is looking for a scrimmage, any class, on August 12 or 
13. 

Week 3 (September 2) - McKeesport (Pennsylvania, Home or Away), contact Pat 
Ratesic, (412)664-3680. 

Week 6 (September 23) - Austin East (Knoxville), coach Richard Glasper 
(615)544-3792. 

Week 12 (November 4th) - Bardstown, contact Garnis Martin (502)348-5913, 
Columbus St. Francis DeSales (Columbus, OH, Home or Away, approx. 370 boys) 
Contact Phil Mauro, (614)267-7808. 



NEW CHANGES AND CLARIFICATIONS FOR NCAA PROPOSITION 48 (By-Law 5-l-(j)) 

Students entering NCAA Division I institutions as freshmen in the fall of 1988 
must meet the following requirements to be eligible to participate and to 
receive athletically related financial aid -- 1) Present a 2.00 grade point 
average (based on a 4.00 scale) in a successfully completed core curriculum of 
at least 11 academic courses including at least three years in English, two 
years in Mathematics, and two years in Natural and Physical Science (including 
at least one laboratory class, if offered by the high school) at the time of 
graduation from high school as certified on the high school transcript or by 
official correspondence; and 2) Score a minimum of 700 on the SAT (verbal and 
math combined) or a minimum of 15 composite on the ACT. 

For the purpose of meeting the core-course requirement, the course is defined 
as a recognized academic course that offers fundamental instructional 
components in a specified area of study. Courses taught at a level below the 
high school's regular academic instruction level (e.g. remedial, special 
education, or compensatory) will not be considered regardless of course 
content. 

In addition, effective with courses taken during the 1987-88 academic year and 
thereafter, at least 75% of the instructional content of a course must be in' 
one or more of the required areas, and "statistics" as referred to in the 
mathematics section, must be advanced (algebra-based). 

The NCAA Council has approved the use of a procedure for certifying the 
eligibility of prospective student athletes who will be entering NCAA Division 
I or II member institutions as freshmen during the 1988-89 academic year and 
thereafter. This procedure was developed by the NCAA in cooperation with the 
National Association of Secondary School Principals in order to move the 
responsibility of calculating the prospective student athlete's core-curriculum 
grade point average from the prospective student-athlete's high school to the 
certifying college institution. Under this procedure, you are asked only to 
identify the courses offered at your school that meet the definition of a core 
course under By-Law 5-l-(j). 

The forms for use in this procedure are available from any NCAA member 
institution or by writing the NCAA at P.O. Box 1906, Shawnee Mission, KS, 
66201. Also, the NCAA Guide to College Freshman Eligibility Requirements has 
been revised. Copies are available (for a small fee) from the NCAA office. 

SCHEDULE OF MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

The Medical Symposiums required by the State Department of Education for 
coaches in Baseball, Basketball, Football, Soccer and Wrestling will be held at 
sites throughout the state. The schedule for this summer is as follows -- 
University of Louisville (502)588-5329, Mr. Gerald Swim 
5 - Surgical Center, Elizabethtown (502)737-5200, Debra Myers 

- University of Kentucky, Lexington (606)233-5161, Ms. Joy Green 

- Murray-Calloway Hospital, Murray (502)753-5131, Ms. Kathie Pierce 

- Trover Clinic, Madisonville (502)825-7200, Dr. James Bowles 
& 15 - Bourbon County Hospital, Paris (606)987-1936, Mr. John El kins 

Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro (502)683-2441, Dr. Wm. McManus 
& 23 - Northern KY University, Covington, (606)291-4768, Dr. C. 
Brueggemann 



June 


4 - 


June 


4 & 


June 


11 


June 


11 


June 


17 


July 


14 1 


July 


16 


July 


22 



BUTLER COUNTY SEEKS HEAD COACH 

Butler County High School is looking for a Head Girls Basketball Coach. 
Prospective applicants should hold a Kentucky 7-12 Certificate. Subject 
arrangement is negotiable. Contact Weymouth Martin, Superintendent, Butler 
County Board of Education, Box 339, Morgantown, KY 42261. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 
Assumption needs teams for Holiday Jamboree, December 29 and 30. Carolyn 
Medley (502)458-9551. 

Bardstown High School needs Boys' Basketball games for 1988-89 on November 
29, December 16, January 17, and February 21. Contact Garnis Martin 
(502)348-5913. 

Bullitt East needs a girls and boys varsity team for its Tip-Off Tournament 
to be held December 1, 2 and 3. Interested teams should contact Keith 
Collins (502)538-7322. 

North Bullitt needs girls games on 12/6/88, 1/3/89, 1/31/89, and 2/23/89. 
Interested schools should contact Phil Berry, (502)957-2187. 

NCAA CHANGES IN ALL-STAR GAME REQUIREMENTS 

At its regular meeting in January, the NCAA voted to change the limitations on 
students participating in All -Star Contests. The NCAA will no longer certify 
these games but will leave that certification process to the State High School 
Associations. The ruling means that if a game is approved by a State 
Association, it will be considered not to affect the future eligibility of a 
student athlete inasmuch as NCAA rules are concerned. The NCAA did agree 
however, to maintain the limit of two All -Star games for senior participants 
between the end of the eligible sports season and the conclusion of the 
academic school year , with no limit on the number of games which may be played 
after the conclusion of the school year. 

TRAINERS WORKSHOP SET FOR E.K.U. 

Cramer will again sponsor a workshop for athletic trainers at the campus of 
Eastern Kentucky University. The clinic will be held on June 5-8. Prospective 
student delegates may contact Bobby Barton at Eastern or write to Athletic 
Trainer Workshops, Cramer Products, P.O. Box 1001, Gardner, Kansas, 66030. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1987-88, and 1988-89 
With the enforcement of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test). For the remainder of the 1987-88 school year and for 
the 1988-89 school year, the schedule is as follows: 



Test Date 

06/11/88 

10/22/88 

12/10/88 

02/11/89 

04/15/89 

06/10/89 



Regular Postmark Deadline 

05/13/88 

09/23/88 

11/11/88 

01/13/89 

03/17/89 

05/12/89 



Late Deadline 

05/31/88 

10/11/88 

11/29/88 

01/31/89 

04/04/89 

05/30/89 



CONVERSE TO SPONSOR UNIQUE TELECONFERENCE CLINIC 

Louisville Head Coach Denny Crum and Pat Head Summitt of Tennessee's Lady Vols 
will conduct a live nationally televised coaching clinic on Saturday, June 4. 
The free clinic, sponsored by Converse, will originate in Louisville from 12:30 
to 3 p.m. and is aimed at high school coaches and players. 

The clinic will also feature Crum's Associate Head Coach Wade Houston, U of L 
strength coach Doug Semenick and sports psychologist. Dr. Stanley Frager and 
will cover subjects ranging from "Basketball and You" to "Its your turn". 
Several public television stations have been contacted about broadcasting the 
clinic. Please consult your local listings for availability. 

The free clinic is also available by satellite. For further information, 
contact TeleClinic, c/o Denny Crum, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 
40292, or call (800)533-1638. 

S.A.T. TEST DATES FOR 88 

With the enforcement of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the S.A.T. For the remainder of 
the 1987-88 school year the schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Regular Deadline 

06/04/88 04/29/88 

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN TO CONDUCT SPORTS CAMPS 

The University of Michigan will again sponsor a series of sports camps (a total 
of 17) for boys and girls age 8-18. Information on the "Summer Camp of 
Champions" programs are available from the University of Michigan Athletic 
Department at 1000 South State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48109-2201. 

SANCTIONS FOR CONTESTS INVOLVING OUT OF STATE TEAMS 

Many questions arise when a member school attempts to schedule a game against a 
team from another state. Remember that the contest must go through the proper 
administrative channels to be considered a legal contest. The following can 
serve as a simple guide to athletic directors and principals -- 

If a game involves only one Kentucky school and one out of state school, and 
the other state adjoins Kentucky, no state Association or National Federation 
sanction is necessary; 

If a meet or tournament involves one or more teams from outside the host 
state, and the invited teams are from adjoining state(s). National Federation 
sanction is not necessary. However the event must be sanctioned by the state 
Associations involved. It is the responsibility of the principal of the host 
school to initiate the sanction procedure; 

In all other cases, both state Association and National Federation sanction 
is required. If you are the host school, contact the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association to obtain the sanction forms and begin the sanction 
process. The sanction process must be completed thirty (30) days prior to 
the event. 



"THE BLEACHER COACH" 

A bleacher coach One time was I, Making Decisions to win games by 
Second guessing and who get the ball, I made no mistakes; I knew it all! 

How to press and when to sub; "Where's the trap", and "Bench that scrub!" 
"The coach is wrong, why stall and delay?". Shoot the ball, there's a game to 
play 

Then one season A coach was I, Making decisions to win games by, 

And with each game or a team to beat, Came those bleacher words to eat! 

Rick Wells, Varsity Coach, Tacoma Baptist High School, Washington 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1988-89 SPORTS 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored events, along 
with the first day of practice, number of contests and the tentative date for 
the state finals. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Al 1 owed 


Finals 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 28/29 


Soccer 


July 20 


Aug. 22 


6-20 


Nov. 1/5 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 5 


Football 


July 20 


Aug. 19 


11 


Dec. 2/3 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 18 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 4/5 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 




football 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 28 


24 


Mar. 15/18 (Boys) 
Mar. 22/25 (Girls) 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Mar. 27 


4-15 


May 27 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 27 


35 


May 25/27 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 27 


20 


May 31/June 2 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 27 


4-20 


June 1/3 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 27 


35 


June 1/2 



These dates are as printed on the 1988-89 Memorandum Calendar which will be 
mailed to schools and school systems in the next few weeks. It is important to 
remember that these dates, particularly for the state finals, are tentative as 
site availability may force a change in location and/or date. 

APPROVED DATES FOR BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 1988-1992 

Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 
Convention Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 
Site to be Determined 



1989 - 


Boys 


- March 15 - 


18 




Girls 


- March 22 - 


25 


1990 - 


Girls 


- March 14 - 


17 




Boys 


- March 21 - 


24 


1991 - 


Boys 


- March 13 - 


16 




Girls 


- March 20 - 


23 


1992 - 


Boys 


- March 18 - 


21 




Girls 


- March 25 - 


28 



CONGRATULATIONS TO SEVERAL BASKETBALL PLAYERS IN KENTUCKY 

Congratulations are in order to Richie Farmer of Clay County and James Brewer 
of Bardstown as they have been named to the Converse National High School All 
America Team. Honorable mention for the All America Team was awarded to Russ 
Chadwell of Clay County, Keith Adkins of Paintsville, and Mike Grey of 
Caldwell County. Kudos are also in order to Kim Pehlke of Doss, Kristie 
Jordan of Ballard as they were named to the women's version of the Converse 
National High School All America Team as well as Joretta Carney of Laurel 
County, Stephanie Gossum of Marshall County and Kerri Hawes of Ohio County 
who were named Honorable mention on the girls' squad. Special mention also 
goes to Farmer as the Clay County standout was named First Team Academic All 
America in addition to his recognition as a player. 

"THE WILL TO WIN" 

The arena may just be a backyard. Up for grabs 

is not the world's championship, just bragging rights 

to who's best on the block. 

It's not a venue worthy of legendary prose, 

but it's a place where legends often begin. 

But form such beginnings, 

the taste of victory is first savored: 

That insatiable taste that instills the desire to be the best. 

It's more than all those sports page cliches' 

of extra effort, and 110% 

Teh will to win is a work ethic. 

A dedication. 

A committment to never giving up. 

Find these traits in an athlete, and you'll find an athlete 

who's the first one at practice ... and the last one to leave. 

An athlete who toils ... away from the spotlight, 

perfecting those little nuances that can later make all the difference. 

Though the odds are long of ever achieving fame and glory, 

this serves as little deterrent to this athlete. 

Because even when he or she faces others with more natural talent, 

they don't let it affect their own style of play. 

This athlete persists when others quit... 

and that makes every victory, no matter how small, sweet. 

Sweet payment beyond measure for every drop of sweat spent. 

And long after one's athletic skills are eroded by time, 
the commitment stays within 

to face life's professional and personal challenges. 
These are the ultimate games. 

-- from Wilson Sporting Goods 

CONGRATULATIONS TO CLIFF HAGAN 

Congratulations to University of Kentucky Director of Athletics and former 
Owensboro Senior High School standout Cliff Hagan on his induction into the 
National High School Sports Hall of Fame in Kansas City. Hagan was nominated 
by the K.H.S.A.A. and is one on 15 individuals selected for induction in 
1988. The induction ceremony will take place Friday, July 8 at the Hyatt 
Regency in Kansas City. Hagan is the first person from Kentucky accepted 
into the six year old Hall of Fame. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1988 



PAGE SEVEN 



TED SANFORD AWARD 




ScoH Boley, LaRue County 

For 1988, the selection committee chose Scott Boley of 
LaRue County High School as the recipient of the Ted 
Sanford Award. Scott excelled in the classroom and among 
his peers in various activities in addition to helping lead the 
Hawks to consecutive berths in the Sweet Sixteen Tourna- 
ment In 1987 and 1988. 

The Ted Sanford Award Is given annually by the Courier 
Journal in memory of Mr. Ted Sanford, the first Commissioner 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association who served 
as Secretary-Treasurer of the K.H.S.A.A. for ten years before 
becoming Commissioner, a position he held from 1947 until 
his retirement in 1 972. A committee of school personnel from 
throughout the state selects the winner from the participant In 
the Boys State Tournament who excels in four areas: 
basketball ability, sportsmanship, academic accomplish- 
ments, and citizenship. 



Winners of the award have been -- 

1973 - Rickey Witherspoon, Hickman County 

1974 - Ronnie Watt, Warren East 

1975 - Jerry Lee Britt, Warren East 

1976 - Tim Stephens, McCreary Central 

1977 - Jeff Lamp, Louisville Ballard 

1978 - Mike George, Shelby County 

1979 - Dirk Minnifield, Lafayette 

1980 - Dicky Beal, Covington Holmes 

1981 - Allen Feldhaus, Jr., Mason County 

1982 - Kelly MIddleton, Mason County 

1983 - Phillip Hall, Carlisle County 

1984 - Jeff Royce, Bourbon County 

1985 - Spence Shipley, Doss 

1986 - Terry North, Hazard 

1987 - Richie Fa'-mer, Clay County 

1988 - Scott Bole/, LaRue County 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Richie Farmer, Clay County 

Inaugurated in 1981, the Lexington Herald-Leader annually 
presents the Most Valuable Player Awards to the participant 
in the Boys and Girls tournaments who is voted most valuable 
by a panel of media representatives and the participating 
coaches In the tournaments. Unofficial Most Valuable Player 
recognition had been given by various sources prior to 1 981 . 

The Most Valuable Player for the 1 988 Boys' Sweet Sixteen 
Tournament was Clay County's Richie Farmer. In winning the 
award. Farmer becomes the first person selected as the Most 
Valuable Player in consecutive slate tournaments. Farmer 
also had the unique distinction of being selected as the M.V.P. 
while participating on the runner-up team. It is doubtful that 
anyone who witnessed the championship game, or the 
Tigers' other three tournament games would argue with his 
selection, particularly after he scored 51 points while 
collaring 7 rebounds and had 6 assists. Farmer's scoring and 
rebounding paced Bobby Keith's club to a berth In the 
championship game for the third time In four years. For the 
tournament. Farmer totaled 119 points while pulling down 19 
rebounds and dishing out 14 assists in his four games. 



KHSAA SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 






Jeff Whitney, Warren East 



Sarah Murphy, Boone County 



Candace Sturgill, Fleming-Neon 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1988 



^ELEA^ 



REDUCING HEAD AND NECK INJURIES IN FOOTBALL 

Frederick O. Mueller 




Head and neck injuries in football have been dramatically 
reduced since the late 1960's. Several suggestions for 
continued reduction are as follows; 

1 Preseason physical exams for all participants. Identify 
during the physical exam those athletes with a history of 
previous head or neck injuries. If the physician has any 
questions about the athlete's readiness to participate the 
athlete should not be allowed to play. 

2. A physician should be present at all games. If it is not 
possible for a physician to be present at all games and 
practice sessions, emergency measures must be provided. 
The total staff should be organized in that each person will 
know what to do in case of a head or neck injury in game or 
practice. Have a plan ready and have your staff prepared to 
implement that plan. Prevention of further injury is the main 
objective. 

3. Athletes must be given proper conditioning exercies 
which will strengthen their necks so that participants will be 
able to hold their heads firmly erect when making contact. 
Strong neck muscles may help prevent neck injuries. 

4. Coaches should drill the athletes in the proper execution 
of the fundamentals of football skills, particularly blocking 
and tackling. KEEP THE HEAD OUT OF FOOTBALL. 

5. Coaches and officials should discourage the players 
from using their heads as battering rams. The rules pro- 
hibiting spearing should be enforced in practice and in 
games. The players should be taught to respect the helmet as 
a protective device and that the helmet should not be used as 
a weapon. 

6. All coaches, physicians, and trainers should take special 
care to see that the players' equipment is properly fitted, 
particularly the helmet. 

7. Strict enforcement of the rules of the game by both 
coaches and officials will help reduce serious injuries. 

8 When a player has experienced or shown signs of head 
trauma (loss of consciousness, visual disturbances, head- 
ache, inability to walk correctly, obvious disorientation, 
memory loss) he should receive immediate medical attention 
and should not be allowed to return to practice or game 
without permission from the proper medical authorities. 

Heat Stress and Athletic Participation 

Early fall football, cross country, soccer and field hockey 
practice are conducted in very hot and humid weather in 
many parts of the United States. Due to the equipment and 
uniform needed in football, most of the heat problems have 
been associated with football. Under such conditions the 
athlete is subject to: 

Heat Cramps - painful cramps and spasms of active 
muscles - most common of the calf muscle - caused in 
intense, prolonged exercise in the heat and depletions of 
water and salt due to sweating. 

Heat Fatigue - feeling of weakness and tiredness caused 
by depletions of water and salt due to sweating and 
exercise in the heat. 

Heat Exhaustion - characterized by extreme weakness, 
exhaustion, headache, dizziness, profuse sweating and 
sometimes unconsciousness caused by extreme de- 
pletion of water and salt. Key feature that is different in 
heat exhaustion from heat stroke is the sweating skin. 
Heat Strolte - an acute medical emergency caused by 
overheating from a breakdown of the thermoregulatory 
mechanism. Associated with high rectal tempeiature, lack 
of sweating, disorientation, seizures and possible un- 
consciousness or coma. It may also occur suddenly 
without being preceded by any of the other clinical signs. 
The individual is usually unconscious with a hot, dry skin 
and a rising rectal temperature. 



It is felt that the above heat stress problems can be 
controlled provided certain precautions are taken. The 
following practices and precautions are recommended: 

1 . Each athlete should have a physical examination with a 
medical history when first entering a program and an annual 
health history update. History of previous heat illness and 
type of training activities before organized practice begins 
should be included. State high school associations recom- 
mendations should be followed. 

2. It is clear that top physical performance can only be 
achieved by an athlete who is in top physical condition. Lack 
of physical fitness impairs the performance of an athlete who 
participates in high temperatures. Coaches should know the 
PHYSICAL CONDITION of their athletes and set practice 
schedules accordingly. 

3. Along with physical conditioning the factor of acclima- 
tization to heat is important. Acclimatization is the process of 
becoming adjusted to heat and it is essential to provide for 
GRADUAL ACCLIIVIATION TO HOT WEATHER ACTIVITIES. It 
is necessary for an athlete to exercise in the heat if he is to 
become acclimatized to it. It is suggested that a graduated 
physical conditioning program be used and that 80% 
acclimatization can be expected to occur after the first 7-10 
days. Final stages of acclimatization to heat are marked by 
increased sweating and reduced salt concentration in the 
sweat 

4. The old idea that water should be withheld from athletes 
during workouts has NO SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATION. The 
most important safeguard to the health of the athlete is the 
replacement of water. Water must be on the field and readily 
available to the athlete at all times. It is recommended that a 
minimum 10-minute water break be scheduled for every half 
hour of heavy exercise in the heat. Athletes should rest in a 
shaded area during the break. WATER SHOULD BE 
AVAILABLE IN UNLIMITED QUANTITIES. Check and be sure 
athletes are drinking the water. Cold water is preferable. 
Taking ample water before practice or games has also been 
found to aid performance in the heat. 

5. Salt should be replaced daily. Modest salting of foods 
after practice or games will accomplish this purpose. Salt 
tablets and glucose-electrolyte solution are not recom- 
mended ATTENTION MUST BE DIRECTED TO REPLACING 
WATER - FLUID REPLACEMENT IS ESSENTIAL. 

6. Know both the TEMPERATURE and HUMIDITY. The 
greater the humidity the more difficult it is for the body to cool 
itself. Use of a sling psychrometer is recommended to 
measure the relative humidity. The following precautions are 
recommended when using wet-bulb temperature: 

66 F - Safe but be sure to observe athletes most 

susceptible to heat. 

66 - 78 F - Caution - unlimited water on field and cold 

water is preferable. 

78 F and above - Danger level - alter practice routine, 

mandatory water breaks and withhold susceptible 

athletes. 

7. Cooling by evaporation is proportional to the area of skin 
exposed. In extremely hot and humid weather reduce the 
amount of clothing covering the body as much as possible. 
NEVER USE RUBBERIZED CLOTHING. 

8. Athletes should weigh each day before and after practice 
and WEIGHT CHARTS CHECKED. Generally a 3-percent 
weight loss through sweating is safe and over a 3-percent 
weight loss is in the danger zone. Over a 3-percent weight 
loss the athlete should not be allowed to practice in hot and 
humid conditions. Observe them closely under all conditions. 

(Reducing Head And Neck Injuries Continued on Page Nine) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1988 



PAGE NINE 



(Reducing Head And Neck Injuries Continued from Page Eight) 

9. Watch athletes carefully for signs of trouble, particularly 
athletes who lose much weight, overweight athletes, and the 
eager athlete who constantly competes at his capacity. Some 
trouble signs are nausea, incoherence, fatigue, weakness, 
vomiting, cramps, weak rapid pulse, visual disturbance and 
unsteadiness. 

10. Teams that encounter hot weather during the season, 
through travel or following an unseasonably cool period, 
should be physically fit but will not be environmentally fit. 
Coaches in this situation should follow the above recom- 
mendations and substitute more frequently during games. 

11. Know what to do in case of such an emergency. Be 
familiar with immediate first aid practice and prearranged 
procedures for obtaining medical care including ambulance 
service. 

Heatstroke: THIS IS A MEDICAL EMERGENCY - 

DELAY COULD BE FATAL. Immediately 
cool body while waiting transfer to a 
hospital. Remove clothing and use cool 
water. An increasing number of medical 
personnel are now using a treatment for 
heat illness that involves applying either 
alcohol or cool water to the victim's skin 
and vigorously fanning the body. The 
fanning causes evaporation and cooling. 
(Source - The First Aider - September 
1987) 

Heat Exhaustion: OBTAIN MEDICAL CARE AT ONCE. 
Cool body as you would for heat stroke 
while waiting for transfer to a hospital. 
Give fluids if athlete is able to swallow 
and is conscious. 

Summary: The main problem associated with 

exercising in hot weather is water loss 
through sweating. Water loss is best 
replaced by allowing the athlete to drink 
as much water as he likes, whenever he 
wishes. The small amount of salt lost in 
sweat is adequately replaced by salting 
food to individual taste at mealtime. Talk 
to your medical personnel concerning 
emergency treatment plans. 



National 

Federation 

Speaks Out On 

Cheerleading 




KANSAS CITY, MO (April 26, 1988) -- In its continuing effort 
to meet the needs of high school activities participants, the 
National Federation has added cheerleading to its structure. 

Because of the growth and development of cheerleading in 
the nation's high schools, the National Federation has 
adopted recommended guidelines and will provide services 
for this important high school activity. 

Prior to 1978, the National Federation provided services 
only for high school athletics. That year, however, services for 
speech and music were added and, in 1984, programs for 
chemical health were started which led to the creation of 
TARGET. 

"With the growth of cheerleading has come a need for 
unification and direction," said Brice Durbin, executive 
director of the National Federation. "We believe that the 
philosophy statement and recommended guidelines that 
have been developed will enhance cheerleading programs 
throughout the nation." 



The National Federation Spirit Committee met March 28-29 
at the National Federation to establish guidelines and 
construct a statement of philosophy. This committee also 
adopted the first Cheerleading Guide, which will contain the 
philosophy statement, recommended safety guidelines, photo- 
graphs of partner stunts which are permitted and which are 
not permitted, suggestions for cheerleader advisors/ 
coaches and guidelines for cheerleaders. The guide will be 
updated annually as are all National Federation rule-related 
publications. 

Included in the statement of philosophy adopted by the 
Spirit Committee was the following: "...Cheerleaders shall 
serve as a support group for the interscholastic athletic 
programs within the school, and, as such, play a very 
important role in the administration of athletics contests. Each 
squad should strive to boost school spirit, promote good 
sportsmanship, develop positive crowd involvement and help 
student participants and spectators achieve the most worth- 
while educational objectives of the interscholastic program." 

The philosophy statement also noted that cheerleading 
activities should center on leading or directing the cheers of 
fans and that performing is a secondary role of cheerleading. 

Following are the recommended cheerleader safety guide- 
lines that were adopted: 

1. Adequate warm-up must precede all activities. 

2. Jewelry is prohibited with the exception of religious, or 
medical medals. If such medals are worn, they shall be taped 
to the body and be under the uniform. 

3. Cheerleaders shall wear athletic-type shoes which are 
appropriate for cheerleading activities. 

4. Tumbling and partner stunts should not be performed on 
wet surfaces. Tumbling, partner stunts and pyramids should 
not be performed on concrete. 

5. Use of mini-tramps, spring boards or any apparatus that 
increases the height of a stunt is not allowed. 

6. All pyramids and/or mounts are limited to two persons 
high, meaning the base(s) is in direct contact with the floor or 
ground. 

7. Stunts higher than a shoulder stand (e.g., above-the- 
shoulder extensions) must have a spotter(s) 

8. Free-falling flips or swan dives from mounts, pyramids or 
basket tosses are not allowed. 

9. The catcher must have continual eye contact with the top 
person /flyer throughout the entire stunt. The top person must 
look before dismounting backwards to a cradle catch. 

10. Toe and thigh pitches are not permitted. 

11. Knee drops, split drops and tension drops are not 
allowed. 

12. Double-base, split catches are not allowed. 

13. Suspended splits are permitted provided the person 
performing the split is able to lower his/her own weight into 
the spilt position, and/or the bases provide support at thigh 
level. 

14. Basket tosses or any type of toss must be performed 
from ground level and must be cradled by the original bases. If 
there are only two bases, there must be a spotter at the 
head/shoulder area when the top person/flyer is caught. 

The Spirit Committee noted that cheerleading can be 
dangerous, and that responsibility for safety rests with each 
high school. The committee said that each school's coach/ 
advisor should modify the above recommendations to reflect 
the age, training, experience and athletic ability of the 
students in his/her school. 

Reprinted from Montana High School Association Bulletin. 



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National High School Activities Week 
October 16-23, 1988 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1988 



TENTATIVE 

1988-89 

CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 



August 1-18 
August 16-23 
August 22-26 
September 12 
October 3-31 
October 21-22 
October 24-29 
October 28-29 
October 29 
October 29 - 

November 22 
November 1-5 
November 11-12 
November 5 
November 18-19 
November 25-26 
December 2-3 
December 5 
February 4 
February 1 1 
February 17-18 
February 18 
February 23 - 

April 5 
February 27 - 

March 4 
March 6-11 
March 15-18 
March 20 
March 22-25 
April 15 
May 8-13 

May 13 
May 15-20 



May 20 
May 22-27 
May 23 
May 24 
May 25-27 
May 27 
May 31 - 
June 1 
June 1-2 
June 1-3 



Twelve Football Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Three Volleyball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Four Soccer Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

National Federation Part II Exam - Football, Soccer, Volleyball 

Seventeen Basketball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Regional Volleyball Tournaments 

Regional Soccer Tournaments 

State Volleyball Tournament 

Regional Cross Country Meets 

Four Wrestling Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

State Soccer Tournament 

Football District Winners & Runners-Up - Play-Offs 

State Cross Country Meet 

Football District Winners Play 

Football Regional Winners Play 

Football State Championships (Class A, AA, AAA, AAAA) Louisville 

National Federation Part II Exam - Basketball, Wrestling 

District Wrestling Tournaments 

Regional Wrestling Tournaments 

Regional Swimming Meets 

State Wrestling Tournament 

Five Track Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

District Basketball Tournaments 

Regional Basketball Tournaments 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 

National Federation Part II Exam - Baseball, Softball, Track 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament 

Delegate Assembly Meeting 

District Softball Tournaments 

District Baseball Tournaments 

Regional Track Meets 

Regional Baseball Tournaments 

Regional Softball Tournaments 

Regional Tennis Tournaments 

Sectional Track Meets 

First Round of State Baseball Tournament 

Girls' Regional Golf Tournaments 

Boys' Regional Golf Tournaments 

State Softball Tournament 

State Track Meet 

Boys' State Golf Tournament 

Girls' State Golf Tournament 

Semi-Finals and Finals of State Baseball Tournament 

State Tennis Tournaments 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1988 PAGE ELEVEN 

State Tennis Tournament^ 

University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky ^^s^^ijipy / 

June 2-4, 1988 ^ -iifiiVi '*' 

TIME SCHEDULE ■^^' 

Thursday, June 2, 1988 

11:45 — Coaches Meeting and Briefing Session, K.H.S.A.A. Office VV 
1:00 — Competition begins and continues throughout day and evening 
(if necessary) through quarterfinals of singles and doubles. 

Friday, June 3, 1988 

9:00 a.m. — Competition continues in singles and doubles. 

Saturday, June 4, 1988 

9:00 a.m. — Doubles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) 
10:30 a.m. — Singles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) 
12:00 p.m. — Doubles-finals (Boys and Girls) 

1:30 p.m. — Singles (Girls)-Finals followed by the Boys Singles Finals 

(a change in schedule may occur in case of inclement weather) 

BOYS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER - Joe Kroh 

GIRLS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER - Becky Watson, Mary Robinson, Kathy Johnston 



Q 



VOLLEYBALL COMMITTEE MINUTES 

May 9, 1988 



The Volleyball Committee met at the Kentucky HighSchool Athletic Association Office in Lexington, Kentucky, on IVIonday, (Vlay 
9, 1 988. The meeting was called to order at 1 0:00 a.m. by Brigid L. DeVries, Assistant Commissioner. Committee members present 
Included MargI IVIcKenna, Joan Mitchell, Steve Williams and Donna Wolfe. 

The first Item on the agenda was a discussion of regional tournaments and sites. Ms. DeVrles advised the Committee of a few 
changes in the teams In each region. The 1987 regional sites were discussed and committee members will check their availability 
for the 1988 tournaments. Regional tournaments will be double elimination again this year. 

Donna Wolfe made a motion, seconded by Margi McKenna, that the teams not change benches for the 1 988 season Including 
regional and state tournament play. The motion carried unanimously. 

The Committee then discussed the items on the Regional Information Sheet and made some corrections for the coming year. 

A discussion followed regarding the site for the 1988 State Volleyball Tournament to be held October 28-29. The University of 
Kentucky submitted a proposal to host the tournament at Memorial Coliseum in Lexington. Falrdale High School Is not interested in 
hosting the 1 988 tournament; however, Seneca High School in Louisville has expressed an interest. The site will be determined at a 
later date. 

The State Tournament format was the next topic of discussion. The winner and runner-up will advance from the Regional 
Tournaments. Expenses will be paid for the winning team only. 

The State Tournament Draw was conducted. Winners and runners-up from the same region were placed in opposite brackets. 
Only Regional winners were eligible for byes. Following a discussion of the State Tournament time schedule, it was decided to 
leave it as is for the 1 988 tournament. Committee members thought the semi-final schedule on Saturday with teams playing one 
after the other, was preferable to playing simultaneously as was done In the past. 

The next item on the agenda was the officials fees. There will be no change in fees for the 1 987-88 school year. Umpires and 
referees will receive $1 8.00 per match for regular season varsity play. Regional tournament fees are $20.00 and State Tournament 
fees are $25.00 per match plus a travel expense. 

Ms. DeVrles announced the tentative times and sites for the Clinics. A brief discussion followed regarding the 1 988-89 National 
Federation Volleyball rules. The most significant change was In rule 2-3-11 which specifies that backboards hanging In a vertical 
position over a playable area, are out-of-bounds, unless in the judgment of the official, the ball would have remained in play, if the 
backboard had not been there. 

Following a discussion regarding the Limitation of Seasons, It was decided that some clarification was needed on practice and 
play during the summer. At the end of the academic school year, volleyball teams may play and practice In non-school related 
tournaments and activities. It is also permissible for their high school coach(s) to work with them at this time. However, a member 
school may not officially start practice for the higti school season until July 15, 1988. K.H.S.A.A. catastrophic insurance coverage 
will not be In effect until this date. 

By-Law 25 regarding the Limitation of Seasons In volleyball states that the season ends at all levels of play at the conclusion of 
the varsity teams last regular season contest, and there should be no further practice or play during the remainder of the academic 
school year. This applies to Involvement by the head coach as well as the assistant coach of member schools. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 



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Football 

Volleyball 

Basketball 

Wrestling 

Baseball 



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August 12, 1988 
November 10, 1988 
November 10, 1988 
February 20, 1989 



National Test Date 

September 12, 1988 
September 12, 1988 
Decembers, 1988 
Decembers, 1988 
March 20, 1989 



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